Falsterbo ljung

Ljungens Camping & Stugor i härlig natur och vid böljande hav. Stora naturskyddsområden i direkt anslutning till campingen kan utforskas till fots. Campingen är lummig och en del tomter är omgärdade av en häck. Det finns 380 tomter, varav 350 med el. På campingområdet finns det 16 st. självhushållsstugor i med dusch, wc, pentrykök. Inne på campingen finns butik, gatukök och lekplats till barnen. rolig bangolf med bl a Öresundsbron och upplysta banor kvällstid. Det är ca 400 m gångväg ner till en underbar vit fin sandstrand. Stranden räcker så långt ögat når. Till Falsterbo, känd som fashionabel och naturskön badort, söker sig många turister sommartid

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Taken: 05/03/2013
Uploaded: 07/03/2013
Updated: 07/07/2014


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