Charlottenlund’s nearby attractions offers plenty to do, experience and see during your visit. You can go shopping at Scandinavia’s biggest department store, Gekås Ullared, hike on the Hallandsleden trail and relax in luxurious spas and hold a conference at everything from a large conference hotel in a premium beach location to a charming venue in the country, just like ours :). This fall and winter also offers a wealth of exciting events, packages and special offers. There are also discoveries that can be made for children with adventures, activities and playgrounds.
We are located in the middle of Sweden’s camping paradise, with many wonderful campsites to choose from, including our secluded cabins set in the midst of a pristine forrest. You can also stay in an apartment through AirBnB, hotel, bed and breakfast or youth hostel in one of the nearby municipalities of Laholm, Halmstad, Hylte, Falkenberg, Varberg and Kungsbacka.
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Top Attractions in the Area
Tylösand is one of Halland’s best known beaches and a major attraction for lovers of the water and of entertainment too. On hot, sunny days it gets as busy as the Mediterranean down by Hotel Tylösand, which offers great After Beach entertainment on afternoons in July. Located here.
Länsmuseet Varberg / Halland Regional Museum of Varberg
Hallands kulturhistoriska museum is located inside Varberg Fortress and is one of Halland’s top tourist attractions. The history museum has been closed for renovation from 2012 to 2014, removing all the interior fittings that previously hid the medieval walls. The museum has now gained a new entrance from the courtyard, improving accessibility, and its interior walls now exude traces of the building’s centuries of history.
Hallands kulturhistoriska museum tells the history of Halland and its most famous find is the Bocksten Man. The museum is home to the impaled body from the bog, dating from the fourteenth century, with its medieval clothing, globally unique, and a reconstruction of what the man might have looked like. Located here.
The premier arts facility in Scandinavia
Tjolöholm Castle, open to the public all year round, is said to be one of the most impressive buildings in Sweden. The lavish castle was completed in 1904 and, as was common of that time. Palace architect Lars Israel Wahlman didn’t just draw the castle but also designined the adjoining park. Close to the castle, the garden is strict and pruned to gradually conform to the surrounding landscape, making the castle appear as if it rises out of its surroundings.
Tjolöholm has had a long tradition of bathing. Many generations of visitors have enjoyed a dip in the seawater below the castle. The large lawns are perfect for a sunny picnic by the sea. On really hot summer days, many people cool off under huge, leafy trees that have long witnessed the passing of time. Directions can be found here.
Gekås Ullared is the biggest department store in Scandinavia and one of Sweden’s most popular destinations. It has everything for the family and home all under one roof. It consists of 35,000 m2 split over two floors with home furnishings and food to electronics, household goods, equestrian sport and toys. The department store also has a wide range of clothing for all the family. Directions to Gekås Ullared can be found here.
Galgberget’s Lookout Tower
Go up the tower and get a great view of Halmstad! On a clear day, you can see all the way out to the island of Hallands Väderö. This lookout tower, built in 1897, became housing for the forest ranger and a lookout tower for the public. An anti-aircraft gun was positioned on the roof of the tower during World War II.