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Bleikøya

Bleikøya Photo: Trude H. Olsen
Bleikøya Photo: Trude H. Olsen

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Bleikøya is a small island close to Hovedøya. You get here by taking ferry line no. 93 from Vippetangen in the city centre.

Bleikøya is mainly an island of summer cottages, and a nature reserve covers the northern part of the island. Bleikøykalven, the northeastern "tip" of the island, is a nesting area for the Black-headed Gull, the European Herring Gull, the Common Eider and other seabirds.

You are not allowed to camp or light a fire at Bleikøya! Grills can only be used on gravel or sand.

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Ferry No.93 Vippetangen > Bleikøya
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Bleikøya - Photo: Trude H. Olsen

Bleikøya

Bleikøya is a small island close to Hovedøya. You get here by taking ferry line no. 93 from Vippetangen in the city centre. Bleikøya is mainly an...

Bleikøya

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