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Sandnes - Figgjoelva - Gjesdal

Sandnes - Figgjoelva - Gjesdal Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik
Sandnes - Figgjoelva - Gjesdal Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik

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15 km bicycle path from downtown Sandnes to Ålgård. Day trip. The route goes up to Austrått and the Høyland Church, a well-preserved and protected French Empire-style church. The path then goes on to Bråstein and Figgjo and ends up in Ålgård.
Use the opportunity to visit Figgjo Faience Factory's Outlet, Figgjo Old Railway Station or Kongeparken amusement park.

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Sandnes - Figgjoelva - Gjesdal - Photo: Region Stavanger, Inger-Sigrun Slagstad Vik

Sandnes - Figgjoelva - Gjesdal

15 km bicycle path from downtown Sandnes to Ålgård. Day trip. The route goes up to Austrått and the Høyland Church, a well-preserved and protected...

Sandnes - Figgjoelva - Gjesdal

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