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Excellent bathing spot with its own parking lot, a nice sandy beach, fields and rocky hills. Here you will also find swim ladders, wheelchair ramps, breakwaters and docks, a diving tower, lavatories and picnic tables. Hvalstrand is also home to one of Norway’s finest functionalist restaurants with both outdoor dining and a kiosk. Accessed from Slemmestadveien.

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Hvalstrand Bad

Hvalstrand Bad

Excellent bathing spot with its own parking lot, a nice sandy beach, fields and rocky hills. Here you will also find swim ladders, wheelchair ramps,...

Hvalstrand Bad

Source: Visitnorway

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