It’s half-past three on a Saturday afternoon. We’re en route to Åhus, the medieval town on the Sydostleden biking trail. It’s a short 10km cycle before we get there. Easy peasy, especially with an e-bike. Until the battery runs out, that is.
Beneath the foliage of ancient beech trees, along cliffs, beaches and fields of wheat. Everywhere we look, they emerge: the orange signs of the Skåneleden, the famous long-distance hiking trail through the south of Sweden. We follow them to the most stunning places.