" Long, sandy, quiet beach with disabled friendly floating pier"
Nyehusen beach is part of the very long (26 km) quiet and natural sandy beach that stretches all the way from Åhus in the north to Kivik in the south. The beach is lined by grassy sand dunes and further inland pine forest. In the north the beach is separated from Yngsjö and Gropahålet beaches by the outlet of a river and in the south it runs about 1 km before changing name to Friseboda beach. There is a unique and almost 50 meter long floating pier to facilitate disabled (access the beach through Hillevägen). If you choose to access through Kaptenens väg you will find a campesite and a restaurant at some distance (ca 800m) from the beach. Compared to the northernmost beaches of Skåne such as Yngsjö havsbad, Snickarhaken and Täppet this beach is less suitable for bringing children. The beach is steeper towards the water, and the water is deeper and usually colder. The sand is slightly coarser and when we visited there was a bit more seaweed floating in the water. Note that when the wind direction is towards land strong currents can be created in the sea. Bring something to provide shade.