Take a seat in one of our many restaurants, or stop for a break at a café. There’s something to suit every palate and budget, and we’re passionate about both innovation and tradition.
The countless farm shops offer an abundance of spices, oils, juices, jams, fruits and vegetables. All locally grown, of course. A wealth of culinary experiences to take home with you!
Cheese with character
Vilhelmsdals Gårdsmejeri Dairy in Vranarp makes around twenty cheeses with different characters - carefully, and by hand. Choose between white-marbled and blue-marbled, and do try the traditional yoghurt and butter.
Fields of herbs and spices
Lavender flowers on vanilla ice cream, a herb mix for your own dipping sauces, or mint sugar in chocolate. At Österlenkryddor in Köpingebro you will find tradition, new ideas and even a taste of the Mediterranean.
The smell of wood smoke
Fresh seasonal fish, smoked or prepared using traditional local recipes. Nya Rökeriet in Simrishamn is one of many smokehouses along the coast. Take the taste of the sea home with you.
Strong and sweet
Sweet lavender mustard, mustard for sausages, Christmas mustard with cinnamon and cloves or the local version of Dijon mustard? Petersborgs Gård in Smedstorp knows how mustard should taste, and the mustard seeds are grown locally.
A Mecca for apples
Set amid the apple orchards, Kiviks Musteri sells juice, cider, stewed fruit and jams. Learn all about apples at Äpplets Hus.
Ingelsta Kalkon is famous across Sweden for its turkey, and is based near Smedstorp. The delicatessen counter sells every form of turkey imaginable - fresh, prepared, cooked, smoked and grilled.
The highly commended Österlen wine Domän Sånana is produced at Skillinge Vingård Vineyard and includes Pinot Noir and Ortega grapes. The red and white wines are sold at the Systembolaget off-license chain, and the vineyard arranges tours and tasting.
Österlens Matmarknad, a food market in Tomelilla, features goods from many local producers. Friendly and convenient.