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Syse Gard Photo: Syse Gard
Syse Gard Photo: Syse Gard
Syse Gard Photo: Syse Gard

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Typical farm of western Norway. Sheep farming and orchards. Farm shop with a wide range of home made products like apple juice, jam,canned plums and apples, apple chutney, cured and smoked mutton. From 01.08-24.12 the outlet is open all days. Other seasons: open on request. Guided tours for groups on request. Syse Gard is a part of the Fruit and Cider Route in Ulvik.

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Typical farm of western Norway. Sheep farming and orchards. Farm shop with a wide range of home made products like apple juice, jam,canned plums and...

Syse Gard

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