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The North Sea Tracks in Austevoll

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North Sea Trails

Nordsjøløypa on Storekalsøy cultural path towards Skansen (an entrenchment), which forms a natural amphi-theatre facing the sea and Marsteinen.

North Sea Trails on Selbjørn:
Austevegen is a walking trail on the eastern side of Selbjørn, with Bekkjarvik as its starting point. Vestvegen is a walking trail from the Stolmabrua Bridge to Gauksheim.

The North Sea Trail on Stolmen:
The trail follows the old road from Kvalvåg to Våge. There are detours to “Såta”, which is the highest point on Stolmen.

The North Sea Trail on Hundvåkøy:
A round trip through a heathland landscape via Brurabrekko and Ronja, starting and finishing at the school and the religious meeting house.

Contact the tourist information office for a trail map tel. (+47) 55 08 18 10/55 08 10 00.

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North Sea Trails Nordsjøløypa on Storekalsøy cultural path towards Skansen (an entrenchment), which forms a natural amphi-theatre facing the sea and...

The North Sea Tracks in Austevoll

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