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  • Photographer: Elisabeth Holmqvist

  • Photographer: Elisabeth Holmqvist

  • Photographer: Elisabeth Holmqvist

  • Photographer: Elisabeth Holmqvist

Vetteberget/Kungsklyftan
Fjällbacka

High above Fjällbacka rises Vetteberget, from the top of which there is a fantastic view of both the islands off the coast and the mainland.

High above Fjällbacka rises Vetteberget, from the top of which there is a fantastic view of both the islands off the coast and the mainland. The rock is divided into Stora (Big) and Lilla (Little) Vetteberget by the unusual Kungsklyftan, a cleft that has huge stone blocks wedged in like a roof. The cleft was previously called Ramneklovan, but following a visit by King Oscar II in 1887, when he placed his signature on the wall of the northern entrance it acquired its present name. It was also featured in the film "Ronja the Robber’s Daughter". You can reach this fascinating cleft by steps up from Ingrid Bergman’s Square, and to the top of the rock there is a marked path from Föreningsgatan.

Directions

From E6, Road 163 towards Fjällbacka. The mountain is in the centre of Fjällbacka and can be reached by steps from Ingrid Bergman’s Square.

Contact information

Tanum Turist

Ingrid Bergmans Torg


Phone: +46 525 61188


E-mail: info@tanumturist.se

Website: bohuslan.com/tanum