Western harbour, Malmö, with Santiago Calatrava's Turning Torso to the right.
Scania (Swedish: Skåne, ) is the southernmost province in Sweden, and part of the Götaland region. It is known for its rich agricultural fields, its old history, long beaches, Danish heritage and a remarkable local accent.
Malmö is Skåne's largest city, and the regional center, connected to Copenhagen by the Öresund bridge.
If you're a beginner Swedish speaker and don't speak it really well, do not by any means practice your Swedish here, since the local accent is very hard to understand, particularly outside of the larger cities, often even for native Swedish speakers. This accent, characterized by its numerous diphtongs, can be traced back to the ancient local language Scanian, which has largely been replaced by Standard Swedish with the accent, albeit with some old Scanian words still in use. If you do try to speak Swedish anyway, ask them to write the answer, as the written language is the same.
The good news is that English is spoken by nearly everyone, including most of the elderly.
Øresundsbron bridge connecting Denmark and Skåne.
Copenhagen Airport (Kastrup)  (IATA: CPH) in Denmark, is the main international airport of the area, located just across the Øresundsbron bridge connecting Denmark and Sweden. A 20 minute trip by train, bus or car takes you from Copenhagen Airport to Skåne. Skånetrafiken  trains run from Copenhagen Airport to Malmö and Skåne every 20 minutes, a one way ticket costs around 100 SEK (10 Euro).
Malmö Airport (Sturup) , located 25 kilometres east of Malmö, has air traffic from Stockholm, Hungary, Poland amongst others. There are Flygbussarna airport coaches  connections to the cities of Malmö and Lund.
Scania is connected to Germany, Denmark and Poland by car ferry.
Skånetrafiken provides comprehensive rail and bus service in the region. During Summer Skånetrafiken offer a special Summer travel card ("Sommarkortet") for limitless travel on all Skånetrafiken buses and trains in Scania (June 15-August 15th). The price for this card, 595 SEK (available at customer centres) has increased quite a bit over the last two Summers, but is still a good deal if you plan on traveling the region for a while. One card lets you bring one child under age 7, and two cards allow five people (maximum two over 20 years), so extra good value for families.
The flat terrain and limited distance allow Skåne to be explored on bicycle.
Sofiero palace & gardens
Sofiero - a palace and gardens just north of Helsingborg, a former royal summer residence and renowned as one of Europe's largest collections of rhododendrons, more than 10,000 plants with 500 different varieties.
Lund's Cathedral- the foremost Romanesque cathedral in the Nordic Region. Awarded three stars in the Michelin tourist guide.
Glimmingehus - the best-preserved medieval castle in the Nordic region.
Skåne Zoo - the only Scandinavian zoo with Scandinavian animals only
Golf. From the centre of Skåne you can reach around 70 golf courses in 50 minutes. Choose from European Tour favourites and tranquil, friendly golf clubs. Barsebäck , host of the Solheim Cup 2003, is classed as the best golf course in Sweden. PGA of Sweden National Golf Resort  close to Malmö is considered one of the best golfing centres of northern Europe.
In all of Sweden Scania is most known for the culinary arts. Malmö offers a wide selection of restaurants and Helsingborg is widely considered the culinary capital of Sweden, while the region of Österlen has alot to offer in the way of food.
A local southern specialty is Spettekaka, a dry egg and sugar based dessert that is a must try for anyone visiting the region.