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Erfjord

Erfjord Photo: Frank A. Honsmark Erfjord Photo: Frank A. Honsmark Erfjord Photo: Reisemål Ryfylke
Erfjord Photo: Frank A. Honsmark
Erfjord Photo: Frank A. Honsmark
Erfjord Photo: Reisemål Ryfylke

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Erfjord is a population centre in Suldal municipality. It is home to 500–600 people and comprises Erøy, Bog, Bogsund, Hålandsosen and Håland. There are two shops in Erfjord, a church, school and daycare centre. The National Tourist Route Ryfylke passes Erfjord.

Hålandselva is a river that meets the fjord at Hålandsosen. When the waters run high enough, salmon swim upstream to spawn.

Hålandstunet farmstead, a part of Ryfylke Museum, is situated in Erfjord.
In early August every year, the Erfjord Festival is held at Hålandsosen.
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Erfjord - Photo: Frank A. Honsmark

Erfjord

Erfjord is a population centre in Suldal municipality. It is home to 500–600 people and comprises Erøy, Bog, Bogsund, Hålandsosen and Håland. There...

Erfjord

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