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Karmøy Folkehøgskule

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  • Cooking facilities
  • Self-catering

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Description

Karmøy Folkehøgskule is situated in the middle of Karmøy, in Kopervik.

Kopervik is a cozy small town in the middle of Karmøy with 6-7000 inhabitants. Here you can find a varied activity offer, both shopping and other outdoor activities.

Karmøy is Norway's most populated island-municipality with 40.000 inhabitants. Here you will find real coastal culture, dramatic open sea, white sand beaches and exciting history, including Avaldsnes which was Norway's first royal seat. A mix of small towns, enjoyable centers, historical sights, modern industry, agriculture and fishing.

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Facility overview

  • Cooking facilities
  • Self-catering
  • Kitchen and household

    • microwave oven
    • barbecue
    • cooking facilities
    • washing machine
    • self-catering
  • Capacity

    • number of beds (109)
  • General facilities

    • food/refreshments (v/bestilling)
    • wireless Internet
    • conference facilities
    • parking
    • outdoor furniture
  • Activities

    • nature trails
  • Nature and terrain

    • hiking area
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Karmøy Folkehøgskule

Karmøy Folkehøgskule

Karmøy Folkehøgskule is situated in the middle of Karmøy, in Kopervik. Kopervik is a cozy small town in the middle of Karmøy with 6-7000 inhabitants....

Karmøy Folkehøgskule

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