Swedes are active day and night. The city’s nightclubs and bars are lively, especially for a city of Ängelholm’s size. Residents also partake in just about every kind of sport imaginable. Organized leagues count bowling, volleyball, floorball, hockey, badminton, soccer, golf, equestrian and fishing among them. The region is particularly well known for its water sports, especially sailing, windsurfing and kitesurfing, which draw more than a few vacationing Swedes to Ängelholm’s gorgeous, extensive white beaches.
The Heagården, a preserved farm on which 19th century traditions live on in the present, must be as close as you can get to traditional Swedish culture. Those less historically inclined might explore Ängelholm’s many nature parks for a hike or seaside stroll. You might also be interested in checking out the Hembygdspark (Homestead Park), a folk museum replete with animals, an ice-cream stall, a playground and occasional public performances.
Sweden is largely a bastion of progressive artistic tendencies. Traditionally, film and music would be immediately called to mind (the Bergmans and ABBA, anybody?), however, Sweden has recently bred a veritable army of creatives throughout all artistic realms: fashion, indie music, literature and design most notable among them. Ängelholm, not to be left out of this movement, holds a number of festivals throughout the year in support of the arts, including the Ekebofestivalen dance festival, various music festivals, and the annual Festival of Lights on the river.
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