"Mixed gravel-sand beach with cold clear water by cosy marina"
Byxelkrok is a beach in a small community that goes by the same name. The sandy-gravelly beach has sections rich in boulders. To find areas with cliffs go towards the southern or northern end (deep water). There the rocks form natural pools. Grass, bushes and low pine trees line the beach, which is limited in the north of a small marina. From the beach you can spot the nuclear power plant across the strait. There is a lighthouse both in a northerly and southerly direction. The restaurants and minimarket are located at a distance from the beach.
✓ Take the chance to visit the mythical Blue Maiden island national park