Located at the outermost southerly tip of Karmøy with the light towers stretching out towards Skudefjorden and the North Sea, is the charming and beautiful tall ships town of Skudeneshavn. Its history goes back to the early 1800s when herring fishing and tall ships turned the town in a hive of activity, and what is today known as the Old Town grew up. 125 houses and 100 wharf buildings are preserved and can be seen today.Time:14.06.12 – 30.08.12 Thursdays from 11.00-13.00.
Starting point: Tourist Information Office in Skudeneshavn.
Languages:Norwegian and English.