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Kvitsøy or Skudeneshavn

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Follow highway E39 north to Randaberg and on to Mekjarvik ferry landing. There are good bus connections for those travelling without a car.
Kvitsøy is an archipelago of 365 islands, islets and skerries, with lush and varied scenery. At Kvitsøy you'll see a lighthouse, Viking cross and you can stroll around this maritime environment. Crossing time: 30 min.

Skudeneshavn is a charming old fishing community. Stroll along its narrow streets with wooden cottages from the 18th century. You'll also find an old fog horn factory and museum. Mælandsgården comprises various buildings, including a trader's residence, general store, warehouses and wharfs, old workshops etc. Crossing time: 85 min.

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Kvitsøy or Skudeneshavn

Follow highway E39 north to Randaberg and on to Mekjarvik ferry landing. There are good bus connections for those travelling without a car. Kvitsøy...

Kvitsøy or Skudeneshavn

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