Feda is a beautiful little coastal town just outside Kvinesdal. Due to its central location, in the past it was chosen by the Vikings as a commercial and administrative centre.
The old main road along the coast croses the fjord at Feda.
One of Norway's first postal stations was established here around 1650 and later in the 1800-century, seafaring and herring fishing were vital businesses for the region. Feda has a good and sheltered harbour and a short journey to Europe.
Feda Church was built in 1802, one notched cross church, lovingly restored. In the churchyard is a large burial mound from the migration period.
When driving on the new E39 from Flekkefjord, you can see the town in a magnificent view with the old church, boat houses and fjord.