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Where nature awaits you

Characterised by high peaks and scenic lakes, Sirdal is a picturesque mountain region in Southwestern Norway, offering year-round nature adventures.
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Terje Rakke / Nordic Life / Sirdalsferie
Tjørhomfjellet, Sirdal
Tjørhomfjellet
Peder Astrup
Sirdal
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Terje Aamodt
Sirdal
Sirdal
Olav Strand

Things to do

Getting here and around

By plane:
  • Stavanger Airport is the closest airport, located about one hour and 30 minutes by road from Sirdal. From the airport, drive on the E39 to Ålgård, and then take the RV45 in the direction of Tjørhom/Svartevatn, which are in the upper part of the Sirdal Valley.
  • Kristiansand Airport is another alternative, located about two hours and 30 minutes by road from Sirdal. From the airport, drive on the E39 to Feda, and from there take the shortcut directly northwards to Gyland and road Rv466. At Sandvatn you take left onto Rv42 in the direction of Tonstad.
By road:
  • There are bus services between Sirdal and Stavanger in the winter season. 
By train:
  • NSB, the Norwegian State Railways, offers several daily departures to Stavanger. From Stavanger you can go by bus to Sirdal.

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