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Hamresanden - Blue Flag

Hamresanden - Blue Flag Photo: Anders Martinsen (c) Visit Kristiansand AS Hamresanden - Blue Flag Photo: Anders Martinsen (c) Visit Kristiansand AS Hamresanden - Blue Flag Photo: Anders Martinsen (c) Visit Kristiansand AS
Hamresanden - Blue Flag Photo: Anders Martinsen (c) Visit Kristiansand AS
Hamresanden - Blue Flag Photo: Anders Martinsen (c) Visit Kristiansand AS
Hamresanden - Blue Flag Photo: Anders Martinsen (c) Visit Kristiansand AS
Hamresanden is a 3 km long sandy beach with a buzzy life in the summerseason and a lot of sand. The area is often used for windsurfing, swimming, diving and strolls in the water's edge.

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Hamresanden is a 3 km long sandy beach with a buzzy life in the summerseason and a lot of sand. The area is often used for windsurfing, swimming, diving and strolls in the water's edge.

The Blue Flag is a voluntary eco-label awarded beaches and marinas.

Blue Flag is an exclusive distinction is awarded only 5 beaches in Norway - including Bystranda in Kristiansand. The Blue Flag works towards sustainable development at beaches/marinas through strict criteria dealing with water quality, environmental education and information, environmental management, and safety and other services.

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Hamresanden - Blue Flag - Photo: Anders Martinsen (c) Visit Kristiansand AS

Hamresanden - Blue Flag

Hamresanden is a 3 km long sandy beach with a buzzy life in the summerseason and a lot of sand. The area is often used for windsurfing, swimming,...

Hamresanden - Blue Flag

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