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North sea route from Haugesund to Bergen

North sea route from Haugesund to Bergen Photo: Srs
North sea route from Haugesund to Bergen Photo: Srs

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Haugesund – Bømlo – Stord – Austvoll – Bergen

The trip is a continuing of the North sea route from Egersund to Haugesund and further to Bergen. The trip goes through rolling coast landscape, and gives you a nice experience of sea, nature and landscape with small villages, farms and animals. Bømlo and Stord are connected with two suspension bridges, with walk- and bike road. From here you have a nice view to fjords and mountains. Between the bridges, there are picnic areas and nice possibilities for a swim. If you want a break from all the biking, what a bout a trip with a ferry?
We recommend a detour to Mosterhamn, an important center in the Viking age, with exhibition and a stone church from the 12 century. The trip can be made between May 15th - September 14th.


Difficulty with rental bikes on this tour. One alternative is to rent bikes in Bergen, go by Expressboat to Haugesund and bike back to Bergen. Rental bikes on request.



Level of difficulty: Medium

Number of days: 5
Distance: 152 km
Price per person: 2011: NOK 4150
Singleroom-supplement: NOK 1300,-

The price includes:

· 4 accommodation with breakfast
. 3 selfmade lunchpacks / refill of thermos (not Bergen last night)
. 2 dinners (Bømlo and Bekkjarvik)
· Map and tour description
. Ferry tickets is not included.

It is possible to connect the tours North-Sea Cycleroute from Egersund to Bergen or from Bergen to Egersund. The price is NOK 6800 pr. person in doubleroom. Singelroom-supplement NOK 2300,-.
This price incl.: accomodation 8 nights with breakfast, 7 selfmade lunchpacks, 2 dinners and map/tourdescription for the whole distance.

Info: For those of our trips you cannot book online – please contact us with the date you wish to travel, and we will book for you, after your wishes.

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Where:Haugesund – Bømlo – Stord – Austevoll – Bergen
5/15/2011 - 9/14/2011
Mon - Sun
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North sea route from Haugesund to Bergen

Haugesund – Bømlo – Stord – Austvoll – Bergen The trip is a continuing of the North sea route from Egersund to Haugesund and further to Bergen. The...

North sea route from Haugesund to Bergen

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