Gyllhögarna are four large Bronze Age tumuli along the winding country road between Fjärdingslöv and Karlsnäs.
The largest mound, which is situated just south of the road, has a diameter of 27 metres and a height of 4.5 metres. On this mound, in which King Gylle is said to be buried, there is a block of granite. In the block, there are two deep carvings reminiscent of footprints.The origin and age of the rock carvings has not been ascertained, but there are plenty of myths and legends regarding whose footsteps it may be. From the top of the tumuli, you have a beautiful view of large parts of Söderslätt and its many church spires.