Dolda Fallet, Horgeboda, 2,5 km https://maps.google.com?q=56.566736,14.587602
Turn in at the Horgeboda mill. Park at the dilapidated barn and go down to the dolda fallet in about 500 meters. In the middle of the forest in the Western Torsås parish may find it strange hidden waterfall (Åaskärvet). It is Horjeåns water in hidden waterfall (Åaskärvet) disappears into a huge stone morass west of Horgeboda mill in South Western Torsås parish. Only the sound of running water tells you about the river's existence. The lake water Horgens this cheerful bubbling during and between a large area with granite blocks. A powerful experience that is like balm for the stressed body and soul! Bring some coffee and take a pause to marvel at halyard hidden secrets.
The magical barrier at Horgeboda mill, Horgeboda 1.5 km https://maps.google.com?q=56.565636,14.597387
Beautiful pond You pass if you take a walk to hidden waterfall. In this pond empties water from hidden waterfall.
Matavråen, Horgeboda, 700 meters https://maps.google.com?q=56.570299,14.602614
"Matavråen" lay along the old Holländarevägen. On this path shipped in earlier times iron from Huseby to Holland. In earlier times, when people traveled long distances on foot, horseback or by horse and wagon sometimes needed a break to rest and maybe a bite to eat. Tradition says that this place was such a resting place, where you could also get protection against the weather.
Holländarevägen, 100 m https://maps.google.com?q=56.573786,14.605466
The Dutch brothers the Rees leased Huseby Bruk in 1642 received permission from the Danish king to build the so-called. Holländarevägen. It was used in conjunction with products that floated from Huseby use for shipment from Bodekull (Karlshamn). The road came to be called Holländarevägen and when an extension of Steglehylte, Horgeboda, Ramnaberg, Torsås village, HUNNA came about, also became the designated Holländarevägen.
Dansestenen, Horgeboda 500 meter https://maps.google.com?q=56.571678,14.604566
Dance stone consists of a huge flat stone slab used as dance in ancient times. History tells us the place was used for dancing already on the Vikings.
Drakakistan, Horgenäs 1 km
Subway under a rock formation. The name Drakakistan (Dragon coffin) will Whereas cavity resembling a stone coffin, growing a brilliant moss, Lysmossan. This moss is sometimes called in the vernacular of dragongold or leprechaun gold. It does not light but it has round, translucent special cells, which look like small grapes. The focus and reflect the light that reaches into the cave / tunnel, and get the moss gleaming like gold. In many cultures the mythology and stories guarding dragons often treasures of gold.
Jättekastet, Horgenäs 1 km https://maps.google.com?q=56.574918,14.619534
Jättekastet = Giant Throw consists of a colossal boulder freely resting on some smaller stones. In the past, when they found boulders at high altitudes, it was believed that there were giants who had thrown away a big piece of mountain, thus had landed high up occasionally on other smaller stones. Therefore they gave the name giant boulders roll, which in recent times, when you realized the reality that they have been transported by ice, was changed to boulders. It is also believed that the giants, when they became angry for different reasons, in pure anger threw blocks.
Horgeboda tjärdal, Horgeboda, 700 m https://maps.google.com?q=56.57772,14.604029
One of sydsverigens most clear and well developed tar pits. Tar burning is an old technique for extracting tar. Tar pits were located in heavily forested areas with stands of pine, which has the largest tar content. Since prehistoric times woodtar has been used as a good impregnation of wood and rope that you want to protect against moisture to avoid rot.
Trollberget, Hulevik, 7 km https://maps.google.com?q=56.614135,14.61489
In beech forest at Lake Åsnen beach about 1 km south of Hulevik is Trollberget with its caves and passageways. There are many stories of oddities at Trollberget and the supernatural beings that were believed to hold here. Here, people have seen the trolls and goblins set to party and dance. It has been observed a kite near the mountain. In one of the aisles, there is apparently a strong iron door and behind it a large hall filled with gold and silver. People have also seen the dwarves and elves run into large chests in the rock.
Utsiktstornet i Ramnaberg, 5 km https://maps.google.com?q=56.610483,14.601727
The observation tower in Ramnaberget located 210 m above sea level. From the viewpoint at Ramnaberg have a fantastic view of the lake Åsnen vicinity. In clear weather you can from the observation tower to see seven different churches. The site is located southwest of Hulevik, about 2 km from Banvallsleden. When the defense at the end of the last century dismantled its operations became a guard tower that stood in the Destination Forest outside Ryssby over and Huleviks community association received it as a gift and went then in this place. The tower is 12 m high. Climbing the tower is at your own risk. Remember not to go up the tower, there is a risk of thunder.
Ulvö, Ulvåsen, 4 km https://maps.google.com?q=56.591739,14.64758
Here on the old roadbed is a beautiful hiking and cycling path that runs along Lake Åsnen beach and the islands. At Ulvö is an old swing bridge. The last train passed through here in the mid-1960s. This unique bridge was manufactured in Belgium during the second half of the 1800s and was installed in 1873 at its present location. It was pivotal to pass the steamboat traffic, which at times was widespread in the lake Åsnen. Passing timber barges for further transport into Horgefjorden helped bridge was used until the mid-1950s. The bridge is undoubtedly the most interesting of preserved cultural relics from early industrialization, we have in Västra Torsås. It is still in good condition and with its beautiful dolphins of cut stone is of great value for our homeland.
If you cross the bridge you come to the peninsula Ulvåsen. Take a bike ride through the beautiful countryside of Småland. Park at the old station Ulvö and ride south along the embankment. You can also stroll through the deciduous forest and enjoy the rich bird life while you have a nice view over Åsnen.
Bubbling Bath, Dopstenen, Ulvö 4 km https://maps.google.com?q=56.589038,14.655808
The stone has a history as a mill for grinding grain, probably since the Stone Age. Dear child has many names. Colloquially known as the stone often Bubbling bath. Tradition asserts that the sick bathed and washed themselves here, because it was believed that the stone had the property to take over their disease. At times, the stone has also been called for Dopstenen.
Åsnen around", 140 km www2.visittingsryd.se/sv/se-gora/a392064/asnen-runt/detaljer?filter=c%3D20450
If you have plenty of time and are physically fit, you can cycle "Åsnen around". This is a four day bike ride around the beautiful lake Åsnen - virtually traffic-free roads has much to offer. The journey of the old railway embankment. To undertake this tour in late summer is a bit special because the area around Urshult has the character of an apple kingdom, see below.
Meadow Orchards and apple kingdom in Urshult 25 km http://www.smaland-check-in.se/check-in2/svenska/aktiviteter/sevardheter/E99_angsfruktodlingar.htm
South of Åsnen, in the area around Vembö and Sirkön, there is a long tradition of fruit growing. The small-scale fruit growing was long a complement to other farm operations, and fruit trees were referred to the farmland on the outskirts such as headlands and meadows. Meadow Orchards gave growers the opportunity to use the land as efficiently as possible by harvesting the land at levels; fruit from the trees and meadow hay (animals' winter feed) from the ground. This samproduktions called extended orchard. Meadow Orchards south of Åsnen is Sweden's only surviving contiguous meadow orchard area and the northernmost example of a popular culture form that has been common in much of Europe.
The area around Urshult has the character of being an apple kingdom. This is due to the high number of sunshine hours Åsnen, almost as many as in Öland. The smells, the ripening of fruits is lovely. The beautiful surroundings are pure eye candy. In several places in the region Urshult You can also stop and shop for fruits, flowers and vegetables in small farm sheds.
Ranch 52, Buskahult, 23 Km www.ranch52.se
52 Ranch is a small horse paradise in southern Sweden. The plant is in the idyllic and beautiful village Buskahult outside Urshult. The place is run by Melanie and Jürgen who emigrated to Sweden from Germany in 2011. Here they have realized their dream to live and work with horses. Here you can experience the true nature of the feeling of traveling on horseback through the forests of Småland. Riding tours offered in the shorter and longer trips in safe and prosperous horses in comfortable Western saddles. Here you can also take a riding lesson and improve your skills. Riding lesson offered for the beginner as well as for the experienced rider. Group size 1-4 persons.
Car cemetery Kyrkö Mosse, 20km www.visittingsryd.se/sv/bilkyrkogarden-pa-kyrko-mosse
This car graveyard with classic old cars allows visitors to be nostalgic and simultaneously shows how nature takes its course when the engine gives up. Here, in the middle of the woods, there are lots of rusty car wrecks from the 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. You will find car cemetery by the shop in Ryd veer off the road 119 towards Hässleholm. In bad weather, the rubber boots to recommend!
Huseby Bruk, 30 km www.husebybruk.se
Attractions in industrial environment at the River Helge. Here is everything that made a village self-sufficient. Originally there was (since 1629) an ironworks, most of the existing buildings, however, is from the 1800s. Here, in addition to the family Stephens Castle visit several industries such as iron mills, saw, dairy, mill, general store, blacksmith and a hydroelectric plant. These buildings have been restored to their original condition and houses several museums, such as the estate-worker, mill, sawmill, electric power, ironworks museum Naturum Kronoberg. In the area there is also a restaurant and cafe. During warm months, you should make a visit to the beautiful spacious garden, with its herb and rose arches.
Bathing Norraryd, 13 km
Public bathing area adjacent to Norraryds Camping in Ryd.
Bathing Hulevik, 7 km https://maps.google.com?q=56.623431,14.616494
In Hulevik is a public beach with docks, marina and barbecue.
Bathing Ulvö, 4 km https://maps.google.com?q=56.594355,14.644338
General small beach with a jetty.