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Bicycling to Stavanger - through a beautiful archipelago

Bicycling to Stavanger - through a beautiful archipelago Photo: Region Stavanger BA
Bicycling to Stavanger - through a beautiful archipelago Photo: Region Stavanger BA

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By bicycle to Stavanger, wheeling 35 km through a spellbinding landscape.

Hommersåk-Stavanger, a half-day trip. Signposted. You cycle to Hommersåk and take your bicycle with you on board the express boat. The boat passes through an idyllic island seascape and calls at several small coves before ending up in Stavanger. From there you follow the Nordsjøruta (North Sea Route) by bicycle path along the Gandsfjord back to Sandnes. Up to 10 departures daily, the crossing takes about 20 min.

For route information, ring 177.

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Bicycling to Stavanger - through a beautiful archipelago

By bicycle to Stavanger, wheeling 35 km through a spellbinding landscape. Hommersåk-Stavanger, a half-day trip. Signposted. You cycle to Hommersåk...

Bicycling to Stavanger - through a beautiful archipelago

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