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Høgtun Kultursenter

Høgtun Kultursenter Photo: www.lindesnesregionen.com Høgtun Kultursenter Photo: www.lindesnesregionen.com Høgtun Kultursenter Photo: Sissel Jørgensen
Høgtun Kultursenter Photo: www.lindesnesregionen.com
Høgtun Kultursenter Photo: www.lindesnesregionen.com
Høgtun Kultursenter Photo: Sissel Jørgensen
Høgtun Kultursenter is located in Øyslebø in Marnardal. The place is popular amongst anglers due to its close proximity to many good fishing places in Zone 3 of the Mandalselva River.

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Høgtun has a lovely view over Øyslebø. It was built as an adult education centre (Folkehøyskole) in 1921 and comprises 4 buildings. The interior of the International has been modernised and has a capacity for up to 10 guests. The standard of the self-catering accomodation is basic. There is a communal living room, a fully-equipped kitchen and communal sanitary facilities (shower, toilet). Sheets, pillow, quilt cover, a large and small towel can be hired for a total of kr 75 per person.

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Høgtun Kultursenter

Høgtun has a lovely view over Øyslebø. It was built as an adult education centre (Folkehøyskole) in 1921 and comprises 4 buildings. The interior of the...

Høgtun Kultursenter

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