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Heated pool at Skottevik Feriesenter

Heated pool at Skottevik Feriesenter Photo: Skottevik Feriesenter
Heated pool at Skottevik Feriesenter Photo: Skottevik Feriesenter
Heated pool, 9x23 m, with children's pool.

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Heated pool, 9x23 m, with children's pool. The pool is open from May - August, as long as the weather permit it.

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Heated pool at Skottevik Feriesenter - Photo: Skottevik Feriesenter

Heated pool at Skottevik Feriesenter

Heated pool, 9x23 m, with children's pool. The pool is open from May - August, as long as the weather permit it....

Heated pool at Skottevik Feriesenter

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