The seaside town of Falkenberg, like all the other resorts of the North Sea, is only crowded with tourists in the summer months. The online broadcast displays tourists from September to May, but they are mostly residents of nearby towns, who spend their holidays or weekends on the seashore.
The camera is installed in the hotel Falkenberg Strandbad. The hotel, built in 1937, was originally called Strandbaden. The four-star hotel offers a wide range of services, including a summer bar-restaurant and spa zone. A standard room for two, breakfast included, costs 3,200 SEK (320 euros).
On the screen, we can see the pier, one of the main attractions of Falkenberg. Its length is 250 meters, and at the end of it, there is a small platform from which you can go into the water, but it is strictly prohibited. The pier is well-lit, so you can walk along it at night.
The beach has an area of 18 hectares. The first holiday homes appeared near the Skrea strand, in 1914. Several big hotels have been built in Falkenberg, and private apartments and houses are rented out here now.