"Rocky small beach near marina of picturesque summer town"
Torekov morgonbryggan is a small rocky beach located in a cute little town that has been popular destination for bathers for well over a century. It is not uncommon to see locals bike or walk to the sea in their bathrobes. The beach is composed of a mix of sand, gravel, rocks and boulders with manmade fortifications towards the street. A rock pier extends from the beach over the shallow waters. The sea bottom has an abundance of rocks and some seaweed and algae. If you would like a little less rocky beach visit Skansenbadet or Malenbadet in nearby Båstad. There is a rocky reef separating the beach from Hallands Väderö island, a natural reserve found at a distance of some 4 km. You can go by ferry there from the marina located NE of the beach. The concrete bunker close to the beach was part of a 500 km defense line running along the Swedish coast to protect from potential invasions. There is also a redoubt from the 19th century. From Torekov you can access the Skåneleden trail (orange markers) and hike along the coast to Båstad in the northeast or southwards almost all the way to Malmö. Check with the local tourist office before hiking to be sure the trail is in good condition.