The town of the sailing ships, Lillesand is an inviting, immaculate, whitewashed idyll of wooden houses, whose walls act as sun traps. The centre of Lillesand, with its streets and alleys full of shops, restaurants, bars, museums and art galleries, is swarming with life in summer.
On the town's seafront you will discover one of Norway's best visitors' harbours. The sightseeing boat (in the summerseason) takes you for a trip around Blindleia - an inland waterway and one of Norway's finest idylls.
At Lillesand marina you will find the Information Bureau in the Red Cross building (office open during the summer season).
M/B Øya is one of the few remaining ferry boats which are still in a regular route during the summer.
Experience Lillesand and Blindleia. M/B Øya departs lillesand at 10:00, crosses Skallefjorden and passes the Ostesundet. Here we see the signature of King Olav V on the rocks Brekkestø is the first old outport we reach. The return departs Pier 6 (by Havnekvartalet) in Kristiansand at 14.00 and arrives back in Lillesand at 17.00.
The center of Lillesand bustles with people in its narrow lined streets with charming shops, restaurants, cafés, museums and art galleries. Take a walk in the streets of Lillesand.
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Lillesand is situated just 20 minutes east of Kristiansand, and is the charming, younger sibling of the two cities.
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