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Beach volleyball at Huk

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On the beach at Huk at the edge of the Bygdøy peninsula there is a beach volleyball court freely available for everyone. There is normally a volleyball net there in the summer season, but you have to bring your own ball.

Facilities

  • Season

    • summer
  • Activities

    • swimming
    • swimming in the sea
  • Nature and terrain

    • hiking area
    • beach
    • sandy beach

Categories

  • Ball games Ball games
  • Sports Sports

Transportation


Bus No.30 Bygdøy/Huk
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Beach volleyball at Huk

On the beach at Huk at the edge of the Bygdøy peninsula there is a beach volleyball court freely available for everyone. There is normally a...

Beach volleyball at Huk

Source: Visitnorway

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