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These three are villages along the national tourist route to Havøysund. You can stop off here to enjoy several special picnic sites which include recreational facilities and beautiful landscapes. Great for hiking and opportunity for both deep-sea fishing and fresh-water fishing.

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Lillefjord, Slotten og Snefjord

These three are villages along the national tourist route to Havøysund. You can stop off here to enjoy several special picnic sites which include recre...

Lillefjord, Slotten og Snefjord

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