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Tvedestrand guest harbour

Tvedestrand guest harbour Photo: Region Arendal turistkontor Tvedestrand guest harbour Photo: Region Arendal turistkontor
Tvedestrand guest harbour Photo: Region Arendal turistkontor
Tvedestrand guest harbour Photo: Region Arendal turistkontor

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Tvedestrand guest harbour is well protected from the wind and located in the Tvedestrand harbour near a kiosk with groceries, tourist office, hotel, town hall, restaurants and more.

The piers are about 240 metres. Electricity and water is available, and a public toilet. Washer, drier and a shower also available for a fee.

Daytime visits in the harbour are free. Harbour fees paid in front for overnight visits. Drive in through the long Oksefjorden from Borøya. Tvedestrand is at the far end of the long fjord.

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Tvedestrand guest harbour - Photo: Region Arendal turistkontor

Tvedestrand guest harbour

Tvedestrand guest harbour is well protected from the wind and located in the Tvedestrand harbour near a kiosk with groceries, tourist office, hotel,...

Tvedestrand guest harbour

Source: Visitnorway

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