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Stemmen

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Recreational area in the village of Kvernaland at the north end of Frøylandsvatn lake. Bathing spot, picnic area, sand volleyball court and skate ramp. Parking at Frøyland community centre.

Transport: Bus no. 22 from Sandnes, around 20 minutes.

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Stemmen

Recreational area in the village of Kvernaland at the north end of Frøylandsvatn lake. Bathing spot, picnic area, sand volleyball court and skate ramp....

Stemmen

Source: Visitnorway

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