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Skåne´s best shopping centres

Most of Skåne’s shopping centres are in Malmö, but there are also gems in Helsingborg and Lund that you shouldn’t miss if you’re in the area. See a list of Skåne’s best shopping centres here! Kv. Caroli. This newly renovated shopping centre is within walking distance of Malmö Central Station, and has something for everyone. There are clothes shops, restaurants, hairdressers, toy shops, interiors shops, a florist and a large supermarket. Entré. At Värnhem in Malmö, Entré offers shopping for all the family, with everything from shoes and socks to toys and electronics. The food hall serves dishes from every corner of the globe. Take your family to the cinema, challenge your friends to bowling or work up a sweat at the gym. Emporia. The much talked about Emporia mall in Hyllie was designed to create an international atmosphere, with a complete offering of shops and a high level of service. A full 93,000 m² is dedicated to shopping, eating, culture and entertainment, with around 200 shops, restaurants and cafés across three levels and a unique rooftop park. In all, around 3,000 people work at Emporia, with approximately 25,000 visitors coming here every day. Mobilia. With 115 shops, Malmö’s Mobilia offers a wide range of services, shopping, restaurants and cafés. Here you’ll find an excellent selection of products at the right prices, in a stimulating setting. With 2,000 free parking spaces, Mobilia is easily accessible by car or by bike. Nova Lund. Nova Lund in western Lund is popular throughout the region for fashion, clothing and inspiration. Most of the shops here are clothes shops, but in the area around the mall you will also find many other retailers. Triangeln. W ide range of shops and brands, spreading across three floors. Here you’ll find everything from fashion, make-up and accessories to tools, toys, home electronics and décor. Whichever of the shops you choose to visit, you can be assured of a warm, professional welcome. Väla Centrum (in swedish). One of Sweden’s largest shopping centres can be found in Helsingborg. This newly refurbished mall has 180 shops, offering everything under one roof. Here you’ll find many of the big chains, together with smaller outlets specialising in décor, sport and technology. Of course, you can also eat, have a coffee and get your hair cut here.
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Garden shops in Skåne

Skåne has more than its fair share of garden centres, many of which are right next to beautiful public parks. With an extensive, varied range of products, they will meet all your green-fingered needs. What more could the garden-lover wish for, faced with organic basil, hard-wearing gardening aprons, iridescent glass lanterns, soothing ointments for soily, chapped fingers and lupin-scented perfumes? Coffee, of course! Could anything be more perfect than rounding off a garden visit or a shopping trip with a good cup of coffee and a pastry in a pleasant garden setting? Come on a guaranteed green, fragrant and flavoursome tour of the garden shops and cafés of Skåne! Southwest Skåne. Hallongården. With 6 km of raspberry canes, the farm shop is full of fresh berries, jams and juices, and in the summertime the café serves raspberry cake, raspberry juice and coffee. In Bodarp, between Vellinge and Trelleborg. Flyinge Plantshop. This is one of Skåne’s largest garden centres with a wide range of products. There’s something for everyone. Flyinge is situated between Lund and Eslöv. Katrinetorp, near Malmö. This 19th century manor has an English-style park, and beautiful flower and vegetable gardens. There’s a café and restaurant in the pretty inner courtyard, and a farm shop. Lilla Fiskaregatans Trädgårdsbutik, Lund. This shop in central Lund specialises in tulips and other plants from bulbs. You’ll also find a wide range of dahlias, seeds, pot plants and small plants. Löddeköpinge Plantskola (in swedish). Gardener Heidi Palmgren has created this plant nursery where you will find green plants, boxwood and other shrubs, various grasses and attractive pots. Slottsträdgården in Malmö.An oasis of tranquillity in the heart of the city. Enjoy the themed gardens, or buy organic vegetables, plants and flowers. Skåne’s best carrot cake is served in the glasshouse amid the tomatoes and the peppers! Tirups Örtagård, near Staffanstorp. One of Europe’s largest herb gardens, with more than 600 varieties. Wander around and enjoy the fragrances. Take an orange thyme plant home, and sample the delicious cakes at the café. Vellinge Plantskola, near Trelleborg. A wide selection perennial plants, trees and shrubs. This garden centre also stocks an extensive range of pond accessories. Ting Ute & Inne, near Trelleborg. A range of decorative items for the home and garden. Show garden and large shop. Southeast Skåne. Apotekarns Trädgård. One of Simrishamn’s most beautiful gardens lay overgrown in the centre of the town. It has now been restored, and features old-fashioned roses and boxwood varieties, combined with new and exciting garden design. At Apotekarns Bed & Breakfast you can enjoy breakfast beneath the wisteria pergola. Blå Huset, Borrby. The garden shop, Tant Grön, is right next to Blå Huset’s large inspiration garden. High quality garden tools and garden ornaments. Haven Österlen, Gärsnäs. For those who love greenhouses filled with different plants. Summer house with fragrant camellias. Garden furniture made from ornate cast iron. High-ceilinged orangeries. Haven Österlen offers peace and quiet, as well as talks about gardening and healing. Ulriksdals Trädgård in Kivik. This English-style 19th century garden has a famous collection of Christmas roses. You can buy berry plants, magnolias, peonies and Christmas roses from the plant nursery. Åbergs Trädgård and Café, near Ystad. A garden centre with a long history, selling most types of plants including some unusual varieties, such as various wood anemones. Try the café’s salad platter, featuring home-grown organic produce. Central Skåne. Bosjökloster at Lake Ringsjön, near Höör. A beautiful old castle setting with large grounds featuring extensive flower beds. The sight of two thousand roses in bloom is impressive, but you’ll also find lilies, peonies, a herb garden, a thousand-year-old oak and much more. Café and restaurant. Klinta Kryddor & Grönt (in swedish) near Höör. Organic shop selling home-grown vegetables. The plant and gift shop sells plants and garden tools from England, as well as handmade patchwork quilts. Sip coffee beneath the kiwi plants in the greenhouse or out in the charming garden. Northwest Skåne. Bäckdalens Handelsträdgård near spectacular Hovs Hallar, south of Båstad. Here you can buy organic herbs and salads. The garden centre is famous for its many varieties of basil. Nursery with summer flowers and other plants. Fredriksdal Museums and Gardens in Helsingborg. Wander around the beautiful park, between enormous beech hedges and a fragrant rose garden. The Flora Linnéa plant shop sells a wide selection of roses, and the gift shop stocks an extensive range of garden books. Stop at the café in the park, where celebrity chef Gastro sells home-made pies and cakes. Hillesgården (in swedish), is surrounded by trees on the southern slope of Hallandsås. Here you can wander among ponds and waterfalls in the park, visit the petting zoo and the bird palace, and eat waffles at the park café. The shop has a wide range of home-grown herb products, as well as health foods and honey. Krapperup near Höganäs is a 16th century manor house surrounded by beautiful grounds that are open to visitors. The café serves home-baked treats and tasty dishes, and the gift shop sells soaps, teas, candles, woollen blankets and much more. Linneaträdgården (in swedish) in Helsingborg’s Maria Park serves lunch, coffee and waffles in a unique glasshouse setting and a newly restored garden. Plant shop and organic vegetables. Norrviken Gardens in Båstad is the place to take a walk through what was voted the most beautiful park of 2006. There are also garden tours, a nature school and drawing competitions for children. The shop sells exclusive Bjäre products, designer pots and floral perfumes. There is also a café and restaurant serving coffee and light lunches. Sofiero Palace and Gardens in Helsingborg has walks through the beautiful grounds, as well as a gift shop and a garden shop selling plants, seeds and pots. The café serves food, salads and delicious cakes daily. Stenestad Park is a nature reserve on Söderåsen where you can roam free among pretty beech forests. See new and traditional varieties of fruit and berries, magnolias and rhododendrons. There are also plants for sale and a café. Northeast Skåne. Blåherremölla in Maglehem, south of Kristianstad, is an attractive 17th century working mill. There is a museum, and stone-ground flour and crafts for sale. The mill café serves homemade cakes, French toast and waffles. You can also try authentic Skåne egg cake with bacon. Flädergården in Vinslöv has Sweden’s oldest elder bushes, and a farm shop with 15 different elderflower products. The café serves elderflower waffles with cream and elderberry jam. Fina Fisken gallery café (in swedish) in Åhus serves food in the garden, and offers seafood lunches as well as coffee and waffles. Idyllic garden location in the old part of Åhus. Wanås Castle and Sculpture Park, Göingebygden. Wander around and enjoy the beautiful sculpture park, or look at exhibitions by internationally acclaimed artists. The café has seating inside and outside, and serves pies, salads, cakes, waffles and other treats.
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Décor & Design

Think about Nordic design, with its characteristic light wood and natural fabrics. Now imagine traditional Skåne style combined with minimalism and luxury. That’s Skåne design. Here are some design suggestions for you. Blå Station (in swedish) in Åhus sells a wide range of popular chairs and sofas. The company shies away from traditional established names, producing furniture with an unexpected design. Olsson & Gerthel can be found in the centre of Malmö. This shop stocks high quality furnishings. Well-known designers and manufacturers from around the world have their own place here. Gärsnäs Möbler (in swedish) in Österlen makes high quality wooden furniture which is built to last. The textiles are chosen based on environmental considerations. “This is a good starting point for a sustainable environmental perspective. After all, quality is a good form of ecology.” Wise words indeed. DesignTorget in Malmö is an obvious destination for shoppers with an eye for design on the look-out for future classics. Established designers and up-and-coming talent display their furniture and their eye-catching gadgets for the home, for the kitchen, or for children. Moderna Möbelklassiker just outside Lund buys, sells and renovates timeless furniture from Scandinavian designers. Formargruppen is located in the centre of Malmö on Lilla Torg, and is a cooperative of craftsmen with a wide range of well-made pieces, created by its members. Formargruppen’s gallery stages creative exhibitions during the spring and autumn. Form/Designcenter (in swedish) is an open forum and a public arena for addressing topical issues and holding discussing on the social significance of design and architecture. In addition to exhibitions, there is also a shop and a newspaper café, as well as furniture and textiles. Also at Lilla Torg, Malmö. Norrgavel opened in Lund in the early 1990s, and was the first company to sell Nordic eco-labelled home furnishing. It is now the only company with an entire range of Nordic eco-labelled furniture. They also have a vintage shop on their website, where you can buy and sell second-hand Norrgavel furniture. Höganäsgruppen (in swedish) produces modern ceramics, with a focus on quality and design. Höganäsgruppen’s products are all unique, handmade and of a high quality. Magasin Cronacker is an interiors shop with a unique range of exclusive furniture, lighting and fabrics from the leading Swedish and European interior designers. You will find most well-known brands here. The shop has a particularly exclusive focus. Trästället is an enormous 4,000 m² department store spread across 30 rooms, with everything for the home and garden, as well as gifts: ironwork, crafts, glass and furniture. You can refuel at the restaurant. Klippans Yllefabrik is a well-known family business founded in 1878, attracting quality-conscious visitors to its shop and outlet. Here you can find great value blankets, children’s products and wool for weaving and knitting, as well as various Swedish-designed textiles. All the blankets are made at the company’s own factory from natural materials. (Organic alternatives are often available.) Märta Måås Fjetterström’s rug-weaving workshop (in swedish) is one of Northern Europe’s leading textiles workshops, and has its own gallery. Here, rugs are still woven by 15 weavers using patterns dating from the early 20th century to the modern day. The shop in Båstad stocks a wide range of decorative, fun and useful items to buy for yourself or as gifts, such as woollen blankets, towels, linen table runners, tea cosies, serviettes, postcards, matches, trays and puzzles. Margareta Forslund Design can be found in Vik, in Simrishamn. Fantastic rainwear and all-weather clothing, and almost anything else you can imagine – including clothing for female priests! There’s also a jewellery, glass and art gallery.
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Ceramics in Skåne

Skåne’s ceramic history stretches back almost 200 years, with factories and workshops, artists and potters. Here you’ll find a wide of range factory sales, seconds-quality bargains and a slightly cheaper selection of the same goods for sale on the high street. Småland has its glass kingdom, but only northwest Skåne has the right geological conditions for producing ceramics: layer upon layer of coal and clay was laid down millions of years ago, with the coal being essential for processing the clay on a large scale. Whether you head north or south from Helsingborg, you’re at the centre of the ceramics capital of Sweden. Many ceramists live and work here, both at potteries and at larger ceramics workshops. They all work with clay, but using different techniques, colours, glazes and production methods. Fabriksbutiken is the factory shop at Höganäs Keramik, selling brands such as BodaNova, Iittala and Rörstrand. Iittala Outlet is an exciting destination offering great value offers, fun activities and surprises for the whole family. Kullabygdens Keramik in Höganäs has a shop and a workshop that are open to visitors all year round. Both the stoneware and the ceramics are all made by hand. Höganäs Museum and Art Gallery (in swedish) has a number of permanent exhibitions about the history of ceramics. Don’t miss the Museum of Ceramics, where you can see the famous Höganäs stoneware pitchers. Wallåkra Stenkärlsfabrik offers tours, good food and the opportunity to try throwing a pot using the fantastic clay. The old factory dates back to 1864. It uses local clay, and is part of the region’s cultural heritage. Konsthantverksgruppen KAOS can be found in Österlen, where a popular art tour is arranged every year. The group is based at Södra Mellby School, just south of Kivik, and is made up of around 30 artisans with a connection to Österlen. There is a joint exhibition and a shop where you can buy the members’ works. Konsthantverkscentrum i Skåne (in swedish) In Skåne, craftsmanship is more deeply rooted and more accessible than in many other places. So be sure to visit one of the excellent collections about creative talent.
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Farm shops in Skåne

The farmers and producers of Skåne are passionate about local food. They produce and sell organic meat, eggs, juice, venison, mustard, apples, raspberries, potatoes… the list is almost endless. There are more than 60 selling meat alone! Turn off the main road next time you see a sign for a farm shop. There, you’ll find a wide range of delicious produce to take home with you. You’ll also enjoy a drive through the countryside, and maybe even get the chance to speak with a farmer about rural life. Here is a list of selected farm shops. Ängavallens Gårdsbutik Sweden’s first farm shop is in a class of its own, and sells the highest quality, 100% organic delicacies. Everything for sale is produced at the farm using the farm’s own ingredients: pies, pâtés, meat, bread, butter and cheese, as well as jams, olive oil, coffee, tea and much more besides. Buy something to barbecue, put together a picnic, or enjoy the shop’s own produce at the café. Edenryds Gårdsbutik Edenryd is a working farm, with vegetables, pumpkins and corn being the main crops. The farm shop is always full of home-grown vegetables and carefully selected local products. Tirups Örtagård At the shop, you can choose from the herbery’s own products: spiced vinegars, jellies, chutneys, herb salt, herbal tea and more. The café serves lunches during the week, and also sells home-baked treats. Nyrups Osteria This little farm shop sells its own cheese, made with love and care. As well as their own cheeses, you can also buy cheese from other dairies and all manner of locally produced accompaniments. You can also enjoy a cheese platter with something to drink or a cup of coffee. Kiviks Musteributik Nature’s finest juices, ciders, creams and light drinks. You’ll also find a variety of products that aren’t sold anywhere else, such as apple sauce, chutneys, jams, preserves, salsas and dessert sauces. Gunnarshögs Gårdsbutik & Café, - Neutral, cold-pressed rapeseed oil – both organic and conventionally grown – together with flavoured rapeseed oil, cold-pressed linseed oil, vinegar, mustard, herbs, honey, jams and eggs. You’ll also find a selection of skincare products made using their own cold-pressed rapeseed oil. The animal feed shop sells linseed oil, linseed pellets, black and white oats, beet feed and birdseed mixes. Kåseberga Fisk At Kåseberga Fisk you can dine on delicious fish dishes while enjoying sea views. You can also choose your preferred tipple to accompany your food, including locally produced schnapps and beer. Open all year round, and open in the evening during the summer. Top tips! Here in Skåne there are no fewer than 25 food shops selling local food produced and selected in accordance with the “A Taste of Skåne” concept. The goods sold under this quality mark must meet the following criteria: 1. The ingredients must originate from – and, where applicable, be processed in Skåne. 2. Any processing must take place in an artisan manner. 3. The producer must document the production process and the fact that this has taken place in Skåne.
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Arts and crafts in Skåne – a world of diversity

In Skåne, decorative arts, design and crafts are more plentiful and easier to find than in many other places. Here you'll find a great variety of places to visit where the personal and unique are easy to find. Enjoy and take inspiration from handmade ceramics, textiles, metal, glass and wood items. There are regular exhibitions throughout Skåne, ranging from modern international arts and crafts to the history behind historical objects. Northwest Skåne is home to a living ceramic tradition unparalleled in Sweden. At Märta Måås-Fjetterström's weaving studio in Båstad, textile heritage mixes with new artistic expression. Silversmedjan in Kristianstad, dating back to the 1600s, undertakes the same crafts using the same tools – only the tastes of the public have changed. Make your way through the region and keep your senses alert. And remember the adage, today's decorative art is tomorrow's antiques.
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Unique designers from Skåne

There are plenty of designers in Skåne with their own shops or selling their jewellery and crafts through others. In Österlen, you will find a lot of arts and crafts. In the cities there are designers who have made a name for themselves with their jewellery and creations, many of them far beyond Sweden. Here are some of them. Sture & Lisa Sweden. Fair trade children's clothing in lovely patterns and colours that are completely unisex. Stina Wickenberg's designs are now sold throughout the world, including Ziggy, Meloa, Omtanke, Världsbutiken and Klotet in Skåne. Itchy Soul. Creative, punky and fun jewellery design by Emmy Lincoln, who otherwise works on user interface design for mobile phones, something reflected by her creations. Emmy's great jewellery can be found at Meloa in Malmö, and elsewhere. Sägen. Swedish porcelain jewellery reminiscent of a “Swedish Sunday dinner at grandma's” has received a lot of attention from abroad after London Fashion Week. This handmade timeless jewellery is sold worldwide. In Skåne, you'll find it at Holken in Falsterbo, Annacill and Flora Linea in Helsingborg, Happy Hilda in Landskrona, at Malmö's museums and Tjalla Malla in Malmö, the Kulturen museum shop in Lund, at Minta in Ronneby and elsewhere. Lite Kalabalik. This Malmö duo wanted to create a stir in a sleek, Scandinavian design style. With design inspiration from the global city of Istanbul and the New York of the east, they offer a mix of the latest jewellery for your arms or fingers and have featured in fashion magazines in both the USA and Europe. Tamashaka. Origami jewellery and interior design items. All sorts of shapes and colours made by hand and sold at Meloa in Malmö, and elsewhere.
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Here you can shop organic and second hand

In Skåne, you can shop and eat with a clear conscience. Organic, Fair Trade, KRAV-labelled and locally produced are all easy to find. Many shops, cafés and restaurants have chosen to strike a blow for the environment. You can visit farm shops selling local products, buy environmentally-friendly furnishings and clothes made of organic cotton. The Skåne countryside offers eggs from outdoor-reared hens and crops direct from the farm. There is also an extensive range available within the cities. Malmö, for example, was the first city in Sweden to be named a Fairtrade City and has an ecological district, organic cafés and good second-hand shopping. A few tips: Af Skea – Quality organic clothing in the old servants' quarters on a farm. It offers stylish clothing for the fashionable and environment-conscious. Allmogegården – Rococo or Empire-style? Here old furniture gets a new lease of life and a new home. Charming sideboards and elaborate mirrors jostle with Gustavian armchairs. Bjärhus Gårdsbutik – Pick up KRAV-certified tomatoes and buy meat from the farm's butcher. You can also buy nature-friendly jams in fine jars in the small farm shop. Green Market – Right next to Turning Torso you can buy all the food you need with no additives. Gudrun Sjödén – At the door you are greeted by flowers and apple baskets, while inside you'll find colourful pattern blends inspired by the colours and shapes of nature. Gårdsbutiken Kulla – For people who yearn for greenness. Enjoy the eye candy in the form of cute chairs that are cluttered with pots and fun garden decorations. Hallavara Lanthandel – An interior design gem located between Båstad and Torekov. Here you can get your hands on dreamy set tables, refurbished furniture and health pillows. Kiviks Lilla Råa – A café with a delightful shop section. With a little inspiration from raw food, you can take something raw and delicious home. Klotet – Visit Klotet and browse chocolate fromGhana, toys made from natural materials and accessories with exciting designs in striking colours. Kläddilin – Timeless models, mostly in linen, decorated with lace and knitted details. Liebling – Purses, clothing in graphic cuts and elegant men's shoes are presented by a creative items. Norrgavel Malmö – Three floors tastefully cluttered with charming rag rugs, cute wooden animals and a whole Nordic Ecolabel range of furniture. reko-BUTIKEN in Slottsstaden, Malmö sells organic dishcloths, retro toys and fair trade condoms, among other things. Skånehills Gårdsbutik – You can buy honey, eggs and beautiful lambskin from the farm's ownGotland sheep. Visit the chickens that laid the eggs. Slottstallet Interiör och Design – Two floors of furnishing items, old mirrors and rose-carved fabrics. All in a peaceful rural setting. Uma Bazaar – Fair trade jeans and local produce, colourful clogs, as well as eco-friendly cuddly toys. Great, ethical contemporary fashion.
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