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Medusa Café

Medusa Café Photo: Big Wall Kayak Medusa Café Photo: Big Wall Kayak
Medusa Café Photo: Big Wall Kayak
Medusa Café Photo: Big Wall Kayak

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We have been open for two weeks now and target the lunch market. We have the only 'real' espresso machine in town, sell wine and beer with the most amazing view of the fjord! We make fresh sandwiches every morning so that people can take some good food into the mountains and bake fresh bread for sale every day. There are homemade pies, lasagne and cakes. We have a selection of grocery items for basejumpers and campers staying in the Valley.

Bigwall Kayaking is operating out of the same building which means we now have a base for people to get changed out of wet gear and for me to dry clothing etc.  It is a short hop across the road to where the kayaks lie.  There is an information desk here.  We offer information about Kjerag, ferry timetables (eek!), local hikes, buses and accomodation etc.

There is free Wifi and everyone is welcome.  Open 10am - 10pm until the end of August!

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Medusa Café

We have been open for two weeks now and target the lunch market. We have the only 'real' espresso machine in town, sell wine and beer with the most...

Medusa Café

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