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Haugesund

Haugesund is a major participant in the oil, offshore and shipping industry and a region with many events and festivals.

Special venues in Haugesund

Staalehuset, the house of the “herring king” and Høyevarde Lighthouse are two examples of venues with historical character in Haugesund.

Conference and meeting hotels in Haugesund

The Maritim Hall in Haugesund is one of Norway’s largest meeting spaces within a hotel and can seat 870 people.

Inhale the Viking spirit in Haugesund

Embrace your inner Viking and get to know your team through activities like axe throwing and bow and arrow, in an authentic setting in Haugesund.

Island safari by RIB boat outside Haugesund

Experience a lot of nature and wildlife in a short period of time – take your team on an exciting RIB boat tour in the archipelago outside Haugesund.

Haugesund Convention Bureau

Haugesund Convention Bureau offers free advice to help you plan incentive programmes or large conferences.

Tractor safari and fjord cruise

This combination of a tractor safari and a fjord cruise will take your team to places far off the beaten track with impressions to last a lifetime.

Discover authentic Norway in Skudeneshavn

Invite your team to the peaceful old fishing village of Skudeneshavn and discover the roots of Norwegian coastal life and traditions in Fjord Norway.

Incentive programmes in Haugesund

A rich Viking heritage, coastal culture, fjords and waterfalls – explore authentic Norwegian traditions on your meeting incentive in Haugesund.

Key facts about Haugesund

Haugesund is the regional centre of Haugalandet and has around 36,000 inhabitants. The travel time from the city to the airport is 15 minutes.

Transport to Haugesund

Today there are direct flights to Haugesund from Oslo and Bergen, as well as from several destinations in Europe.
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