In the county of Halland, on the coast of the Kattegat Strait, is the resort town of Varberg, known for its sandy beaches and historical buildings the age of which is more than one century. Many residents of the neighboring towns and regions spend their holidays here, because the level of service in Varberg is like the best world resorts.
Tourists would be interested in the fortresses, which have remained here from the thirteenth to fifteenth centuries. One of the modern attractions of Varberg is the Grimeton VLF Transmitter, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
One of the suburbs is Varbergs Golfklubb, where this camera is installed. Golf has long ceased to be an “elite” sport in Sweden. Therefore, in addition to professional players and wealthy fans, you can find absolutely anyone from a child, who is involved in the local golf school, to pensioners, seeking new experiences.