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Suldal Tourist Information

Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Elin Tjordal haugen
Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Rune Roaldkvam
Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Suldal Reiselivslag
Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Suldal Reiselivslag
Suldal Tourist Information
Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Suldal Reiselivslag
Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Suldal Reiselivslag
Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Suldal Reiselivslag
Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Suldal Reiselivslag
Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Suldal Reiselivslag
Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Suldal Reiselivslag
Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Suldal Reiselivslag
Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Rune Roalkvam
Suldal Tourist Information Photo: Suldal Reiselivslag

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Suldal Tourist Information is located in the centre of Sand in Suldal in Ryfylke. 

Suldal county is 1,728 square kilometres and is the largest municipality in the county of Rogaland in terms of area, although it only has about 4,000 inhabitants.

In Suldal you can experience fjords and mountains, lush green valleys and idyllic shoreline communities. Suldal is one of the big electricity-producing municipalities in Norway and accounts for approximately 8 % of Norway's total electricity production.

The best known attraction in Suldal is the Salmon studio at Sandefossen where you can watch salmon and trout making their way up the river.

At Suldal Tourist Information Office you will find information about the nearby area, attractions, accommodation and places to eat. In Suldal, there are great opportunities for fishing in the fjord, lakes and rivers and numerous well-prepared walking trails.

Free Wifi at the turistoffice.

Open: 
Sept- May, Mon-Fri 08.30- 15.30 Næringsparken, Sandsv. 134.

1 June - 20 June: every day, 10am-5pm
21 June - 17 August: every day, 10am-6pm
18 August - 31 August: every day, 10am-5pm
Nesasjøhuset, Nordenden 14.

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Suldal Tourist Information is located in the centre of Sand in Suldal in Ryfylke.  Suldal county is 1,728 square kilometres and is the largest...

Suldal Tourist Information

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