There are many hiking trails going into the beautiful nature reserves. Into the forest around the step cliffs of the peninsula, along the cliffs, to arild a small fishing village and onto the lookout of the lighthouse. If you want to hike far you can even continue to Bjärehalvön witch is beautiful.
Mölle is blessed with plentiful of activities in the village itself or in its surroundings. Following is a short list of popular destination and activities:
Climbing - Rock climbing at Kullaberg is a great way to spend time. If you are experienced in the sport you have best access out at the very point of the peninsula. Try crags such as, Akersberget, Carstens Ranna, Kullamannens Dorr, Ablahamn, Gubbamalen or K2. If you need more information try the local outdoor guiding services located in the harbour, SpecialSportSchool. Guidebooks can usually be found in the harbour, at the lighthouse kiosk and at the campgrounds in Möllehässle.
What makes Kullaberg unique is its vicinity to the ocean. This makes for a bug free environment and scenic and tranquil setting for climbers and belayers. The rock is varied both in type and quality, in some areas the rock is quite rotten and loose. If possible talk to locals or consult guidebooks to find best areas.
Diving - A popular place for diving and plentiful of vendors for renting gear and boats/rides. Best places are around the tip of the peninsula just below the lighthouse. Beware of undertows and strong currents under certain conditions, consult guidebooks and talk to locals for best practices. Underwater wildlife is colourful and vivid, chances to see lobster, catfish, crabs, eels.
There are some places in the harbour. The Grand Hôtel on the hill have more fancy food and view. There is a cute café by the busstop and outside the village there is some famous places like rut på skäret and flickorna lundgrens café