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The Jæren Beaches

The Jæren Beaches Photo: Daniel Sostrand Read more: Strand - Ogna Read more: Surf - nyttårssufting på Jærstrendene Read more: FjordNorge - pike på strand2
The Jæren Beaches Photo: Daniel Sostrand
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Read more: Surf - nyttårssufting på Jærstrendene
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Klepp boasts the longest sandy beaches in Norway, 11 km in all, and long stretches of sand dunes with their own special flora and fauna. The entire beach areas of Jæren are classified as a conservation area, and segments are plant and wildlife conservation reserves.

At Orre recreation centre (Friluftshuset) you can find out all you need to know about the beaches of Jæren, which are scenic reserves, and a wide range of outdoor activities available in the area.

The following beaches are signposted: Ogna, Brusand, Nærland and Refsnes (Hå), Orre and Bore (Klepp), Hellestø, Byberg, Vigdel, Ølberg and Solastranden (Sola), Viste and Sande (Randaberg).

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The Jæren Beaches - Photo: Daniel Sostrand

The Jæren Beaches

Klepp boasts the longest sandy beaches in Norway, 11 km in all, and long stretches of sand dunes with their own special flora and fauna. The entire...

The Jæren Beaches

Source: Visitnorway

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