In Ryfylke, 30 850 people share a vast area, so the chances of discovering your own tranquil corner are excellent.
The closest towns and cities are Sandnes, Stavanger and Haugesund.
The region has five municipalities: Forsand, Strand, Hjelmeland, Suldal and Sauda. The scenic National Tourist Route Ryfylke (rv. 13 and rv. 520) links them all together.
Along the way, you will notice the changing beauty of a cultural landscape formed by people who have lived and worked here for thousands of years. From the Stone Age until today, people have thrived here, for good reason.
Fishing and farming have long been important livelihoods along the fjords of Ryfylke, but the region also has a proud industrial story to tell. Chapters include hydropower development in Sauda, mining, forestry and modern aquaculture.
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The scenic Ryfylke National Tourist Route links the area's five municipalities together.
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