On the peninsula Ölmanäshalvön's south western tip is Näsbokrok nature reserve.
It has the typical coastal landscape which is so common in Halland with heather meadows, flat rocks and rubble-stone fields.
In the marshy parts there is a great variety of plants. At the very tip there are 8 cairns from the Bronze Age (1500 - 500 B.C.), of which the largest is 20 metre in diameter and 3 metres tall.