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Kinsarvik , fjord area

Kinsarvik Camping

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The campsite lies beside the Hardanger fjord.
We have a modern campsite with 25 cabins of varying standard.
4 - 8 beds, from quite basic to units with showers, WC and saunas.
Most of them afford beautiful views of the fjord.

Org.nr. 991436235

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Hours

1/1/2010 - 12/31/2011
Mon - Sun
1/1/2009 - 12/31/2009
Mon - Sun

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  • Sauna
  • Caravan sites
  • Power socket
  • Shop

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Kinsarvik Camping

The campsite lies beside the Hardanger fjord. We have a modern campsite with 25 cabins of varying standard. 4 - 8 beds, from quite basic to units wit...

Kinsarvik Camping

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