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Enjoy a holiday in a traditional fishermen’s-style rorbu near Norway’s southernmost point, between Lindesnes and Lyngdal. Stay in a modern rorbu or apartment down on the quay. Great for fishing and lots of activities.
Rorbu 2-6 pers, from
NOK 2547 per. pers/week, incl. end cleaning and boat

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Korshamn Rorbuer

Enjoy a holiday in a traditional fishermen’s-style rorbu near Norway’s southernmost point, between Lindesnes and Lyngdal. Stay in a modern rorbu or apa...

Korshamn Rorbuer

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