There are thousands of cup marks on Southeast Scanian rock carvings. These are either part of larger compositions or found individually on erratic boulders. Most cup marks have a diameter of between 5 and 8 cm.
The Rock of the Dancer is famous all over the world, it is mentioned in scientific literature in countless languages. With around 1,200 images, the 500-square- metre quartzite rock slab is one of the largest rock carving sites in Scandinavia.
Stenstuan is a Neolithic passage tomb situated on a hill in an agrarian landscape that was previously a wetland. The area between Gladsax and Baskemölla is a typical burial landscape, rich in ancient remains from different periods.