”This place is more delightful than any other” wrote Carl Linnaeus about Kinnekulle. Thanks to its calcium-rich bedrock, Kinnekulle has a rich flora and fauna, and no less than 18 nature reserves. The area has plenty of walking trails traversing a varying natural landscape, including beech forests with wild garlic and grassland with orchids. There are also three highlands (Västerplana, Medelplana, and Österplana) with a several thousand year-long history to tell. The rock carvings at Flyhov, the rune stones at Källby hallar, King Olof Skötkonung’s Husaby, and the nearby bishopric, to mention but a few. Today, Kinnekulle has more large estates per square kilometre than any other part of Sweden.