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Stangholmen Lighthouse

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Stangholmen Lighthouse Photo: Ø Christoffersen
Stangholmen Lighthouse Photo: Ø Christoffersen
Stangholmen Lighthouse Photo: Ø Christoffersen
Read more: Stangholmen fyr
Read more: Stangholmen fyr
Stangholmen Lighthouse Photo: Stangholmen Fyr
Stangholmen is a little island out of Risør that has great swimming areas and a lighthouse with a restaurant and bar. It is also the location where the fyrjam festival is held each summer.

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Stangholmen is a little island out of Risør that has great swimming areas and a lighthouse with a restaurant and bar. It is also the location where the fyrjam festival is held each summer.

The chef recommends his own "Stang Holmen Bouillabaisse" which is a mixture of sea food served in an iron pot with baguettes and garlic butter. The restaurant has an a la carte menu also with simple lunch dishes.

The "Løkta Bar" has wonderful views out over the Skagerrak.

"Tadvær tavern" is a gathering place for the simpler dishes, or just something to drink. Here there are high ceilings and often visitors take an a guitar with them to entertain others. It is a special experience that only a little lighthouse island can provide.

There is a ferry "Agnes" which runs from the main harbour in Risør to the island every half hour between 12 - 02.

The lighthouse has its own private pier, showers, washing and toilet facilities.

Enjoy the secluded recreation area, with good bathing fishing and sunbathing opportunities in virtually every cove!

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  • Restaurants Restaurants
  • Cafés & Diners Cafés & Diners

Hours

6/23/2015 - 8/10/2015
Mon - Sun

Transportation


Boat Boat transportation from Risør to Stangholmen every halv and every whole hour.

Facilities

  • Nature and terrain

    • skerries
    • bathing spot
    • nature reserve
    • guest jetty

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Stangholmen is a little island out of Risør that has great swimming areas and a lighthouse with a restaurant and bar. It is also the location where the...

Stangholmen Lighthouse

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