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Møllo - Vinnes

Møllo - Vinnes Photo: Austevoll kystlag
Møllo - Vinnes Photo: Austevoll kystlag

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An old mill that has been used both for
milling and as a timber mill. The building
may now be used as an overnight stop
for people coming by sea.

Beautiful beach situated beside the mill.
Tel.: +47 95 08 68 56

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Møllo - Vinnes

An old mill that has been used both for milling and as a timber mill. The building may now be used as an overnight stop for people coming by sea....

Møllo - Vinnes

Source: Visitnorway

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