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National tourist route RV 889

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The National Tourist Route leading out to Havøysund is a stretch of road which displays the absolute best of Norwegian landscapes to tourists. The road to Havøysund hugs the shore, passing by naked rock in a barren and untamed landscape.

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  • Nature and terrain

    • hiking area
    • angling
    • view
    • mountains
    • resting place

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National tourist route RV 889

The National Tourist Route leading out to Havøysund is a stretch of road which displays the absolute best of Norwegian landscapes to tourists. The...

National tourist route RV 889

Source: Visitnorway

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