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Swords in Rock

Swords in Rock Photo: Carmen Cristina Carpio Tobar Swords in Rock Photo: Lene Lunde
Swords in Rock Photo: Carmen Cristina Carpio Tobar
Swords in Rock Photo: Lene Lunde

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Swords in Rock - Photo: Carmen Cristina Carpio Tobar

Swords in Rock


Swords in Rock

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Where to stay in the Stavanger region

Accommodation options are many in the Stavanger Region. Choose between hotels, bed & breakfasts, holiday cottages, camp sites and even lighthouses.

The Stavanger Region

Explore the Lysefjord and the mountains Preikestolen and Kjerag, or relax on Jæren's beaches. Visit Stavanger and experience its rich cultural life.

Hiking in the Stavanger Region

Take a memorable hike to Preikestolen or Kjerag in the Lysefjord, or follow gentler terrain on a walk along the Jæren coastline south of Stavanger.

Key facts about the Stavanger Region

The Stavanger region is an area of contrasts, from quiet mountain areas for hiking to a vibrant university city with many culinary delights.

Tour suggestions in the Stavanger region

Go on a sightseeing tour of Stavanger, the Lysefjord or Norway’s only "palm island". Rent a bicycle or car and explore the region on your own.

Kongeparken Family Park

Try a ride with this year's new attraction - a big dipper equivalent to the ones found in the Disney parks in in the USA.
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