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Fine sandy beach and attractive smooth sloping rocks. Gently sloping bottom and child-friendly. Grassed areas.
Service building with accessible WC....
Lierhallen was built in 1969 and opened in 1970. Annex with public locker rooms, saunas, fitness room and lounge was opened in 1986.
Trønderhallen have three swimming pools. There are also a whirlpool and a waterslide. In every wardrobe there is a sauna.
Lambertseter Swimming Club's pool is open to the public on weekends and school holidays.
Open for members also on weekdays.
Water temperature: 28...
Public swimming pool. Temperature: 28 degrees celsius.
Extended opening hours for members.
Closed on public holidays and during summer....
No matter how chilly it is outside, it's always warm and cosy in Førdehuset. The swimming pool is open all year round, and you can thaw out in the...
A very nice sandy beach facing the open ocean. Big parkingspace and 3 WC. In walking distance from Kruke Beach.
Follow the signs from Tønsberg in...
Breivoll at the far end of the Bunnefjord have many small beaches, large grassy areas with room for ball games etc. Ideal for families with children....
Skiphellebukta south of Drøbak centre has sandy beach and smooth rock. Kiosk, fresh water shower, info. board, excellent for families with children....
Nordre Sauholmen is an island and ideal for excursions opposite Son centre. Anchorage, but no public jetty. Sandy beaches.
Son bathing beach south of...
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