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Lysefjorden Turisthytte

Lysefjorden Turisthytte Photo: Sirdalsferie AS
Lysefjorden Turisthytte Photo: Sirdalsferie AS

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It is easy to get to Lysebotn. Whether you come by ferry or express boat from Stavanger and Lauvvik or drive over the mountains from Sirdal down to Lysebotn.

This is a great hostel for weary travellers to rest, located on major tourist routes and offering comfortable accommodation and amenities. For more information contact Stavanger Turistforeningour Suggestion: Lyseveien to Lysebotn

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Lysefjorden Turisthytte - Photo: Sirdalsferie AS

Lysefjorden Turisthytte

It is easy to get to Lysebotn. Whether you come by ferry or express boat from Stavanger and Lauvvik or drive over the mountains from Sirdal down to...

Lysefjorden Turisthytte

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