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Get on your bike and experience Tysnes, the island of the gods. An informative guide, ‘Sykkelstreif i Njardarlog’ (Cycling in Njardarlog), and the brochure ‘Gudestreif I Njardarlog’ will provide you with information about the cultural treasures of Tysnes. You can get the brochures at the tourist information in Tysnes.There are information boards and benches to sit on en route.


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Cycling in Tysnes

Cycling in Tysnes

Get on your bike and experience Tysnes, the island of the gods. An informative guide, ‘Sykkelstreif i Njardarlog’ (Cycling in Njardarlog), and the...

Cycling in Tysnes

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