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Øystese Guest Harbour

Øystese Guest Harbour Photo: Hildegunn Lund
Øystese Guest Harbour Photo: Hildegunn Lund

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Guest Harbour, 200 m from village centre. Boat yard, slipway, and repairs. Diesel available in the harbour, please contact Esso. Waste container.

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  • Guest marinas Guest marinas

Facility overview

  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Special

    • water
  • Other services

    • pharmacy
  • General facilities

    • shop
    • public phone
    • playground
    • toilet
    • café
    • kiosk
    • restaurant (200m)
  • Harbour facility

    • petrol (200 m)
    • boat slip
    • garbage container
    • access to power
    • waste oil disposal
    • diesel
    • casualty clinic
    • engine service
    • post office
  • Nature and terrain

    • bathing spot
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Øystese Guest Harbour - Photo: Hildegunn Lund

Øystese Guest Harbour

Guest Harbour, 200 m from village centre. Boat yard, slipway, and repairs. Diesel available in the harbour, please contact Esso. Waste container....

Øystese Guest Harbour

Source: Visitnorway

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