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A family owned buisness located by highway 55 –Sognefjordvegen on the sunny north side of the Sognefjord,a half-hour drive west from Sogndal. The camping has a beach down by the fjord, where it is possible to take a swim or borrow a rowboat. The cabins,which are in different sizes,come with and without bathrooms. The site is central for daytrips to nearby attractions such as Flåm and the glacier museums in Jostedalen and Fjærland.

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Systrond Motell Hyttesenter og Camping

Systrond Motell Hyttesenter og Camping

A family owned buisness located by highway 55 –Sognefjordvegen on the sunny north side of the Sognefjord,a half-hour drive west from Sogndal. The...

Systrond Motell Hyttesenter og Camping

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