Address: Fru Alstad, 23196 Trelleborg
A gothic temple built by the old church from the 1100s. Originally a pilgrimage church. Below the churchyard wall are remains from a spring made for sacrifices.
Fru Alstads’ church is the highest located church in the district, 62,3 meters above sea level. A Romanesque church was built in the 12th century, and later it turned out to be a magnificent gothic temple. The church was originally a pilgrimage church and below the cemetery are still remains from a spring made for sacrifices. The baptismal font is made of sandstone and descends from the 1100s.