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Halland - nice sand beaches, beautiful nature, cosy villages and nice shopping opportunities to offer. Kungsbacka gives you the impression of a small provincial town; however, it still has a wide selection of shops and restaurants. In the shopping city, Freeport, it is possible to do some great bargains. You can live history if you visit Tjolöholm Castle which is built in English style, at the end of the 19th century.
The gem of the west coast, Varberg, is also a popular tourist attraction. Many Swedish people are going on holiday or weekend in Varberg. In this area, there are nice beaches, an interesting historical fortress and a lively, commercial life at the small market square. Apelviken is the largest beach and is one of the most popular wind surfing places in Europe.
Falkenberg has a 15 km long sand beach. It has a lot to offer right from the crowdy Skrea beach with activities and after beach parties to the more quiet coves with fewer visitors in a calm and peaceful atmosphere. It is also a must to visit Gekås in Ullared which is one of the most attended shopping centres in Sweden. You can also go to Ätran which is a popular place for salmon fishing.
Halmstad is a popular city in the summer, but there is also liveliness in the winter. It has a wide range of shops, restaurants and bars. There are several nice beaches in the area, the most popular being Tylösand. The amusement park, Eventyrlandet, is popular among families with children.
Laholm is a nice city with the popular bathing beaches Melbystrand and Skummeslövstrand. Lagan is a brilliant place for salmon- and trout fishing. At the Halland ridge you can take a walk in the nice beech forests, and in the winter, Laholm is a nice ski resort.