Måkläppen 2011
Måkläppen 2011 | Photo: GuidebookSweden (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Måkläppen

Nature reserve near Falsterbo

The island Måkläppen is located off the southern tip of the peninsula Falsterbonäset. It consists of sand deposits which constantly changing their shape and size due to ocean currents and wind.

The island is an important breeding area for many shorebirds such as eider ducks, gulls and terns. It is also an important place for seals and gray seals and was declared a nature reserve in 1971.

The reserve is the oldest in Sweden and protects a unique landscape for more than 40 years. Entering the sandbanks is not allowed, but you can observe the area from the southern tip of the headland.

Fyrvägen
239 40 Falsterbo
55°22′40.6″N 12°48′38.4″E

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