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Sandfjorden is a landscape preservation area dominated by a tall mountain ridge and a long sandy beach with dunes and distinctive vegetation. All motor vehicles and camping are prohibited. Location: approx. 16 km from Berlevåg on RV 890.

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Sandfjorden

Sandfjorden is a landscape preservation area dominated by a tall mountain ridge and a long sandy beach with dunes and distinctive vegetation. All...

Sandfjorden

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