Lindö Udde is one of the most southern points in Blekinge county, southern Sweden, that you can reach by car. Hence you are treated to vast uninterrupted sea views and bird life. It is a smallish area, but is a great one to explore.
There is a good hiking trail marked around the edge of the peninsula, along the stony shore, so you can enjoy the lovely views. You can find a few geocaches dotted around too. As well as a good trail, there are lovely fire pits to cook on a campfire. Some of them look very new, and in one place there are a few different ones allowing for lots of people to enjoy cooking at Lindö Udde.
The bird watching at Lindö Udde is its greatest attribute, and it is said to be one of the best places in Blekinge to go. There are huge amounts of birds that can be seen both in number and variety. It is such a good spot, there is even a shelter built with this in mind. We have taken our nature journals and enjoyed spending a few hours drawing in them. It is a well equipped shelter with tables and chairs, and even an easel for little people, as well as vast windows to show off the location. There are posters on the wall if you need help identifying what you are able to spot, as we do!
Another thing we love about Lindö Udde are all the little historical war forts dotted around the coastal path. We have been and looked at many around Blekinge, but usually you can not access them. Some of them here you can, much to the children’s delight, and they really enjoyed exploring them and learning about the past.
Lindö Udde is a beautiful nature reserve to spend a day enjoying, with much to see there. The bird watching shelter makes this nature reserve that little bit special to visit, and enables you to stay a little longer in inclement weather on what is a very exposed part of coast.