A 3-km advanced hiking trail with a climb of 70 m. Hovs Hallar is one of the treasures of Bjäre Peninsula and must be experienced. The place where Hallandsåsen meets the sea is spectacular, with broken precipices, cave-like formations, sea stacks and a shingle beach.
The view over Laholmsbukten (Laholm Bay) is almost overwhelming, but please be careful when you walk because the ground is steep and rocky. The hills above the precipices are dotted with juniper bushes and small forest groves, and that should make it easier. The flora is rich and varied due to different soil types. Look for Baltic gentian, a rare species that grows in a plateau in the eastern side of the area. People have worked this soil since ancient times and traces still remain today. Most rock formations have their own names and some have fascinating stories to tell, from old smuggling tales to contemporary films. The area around Hovs Hallar has been declared a nature reserve.