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Edlandshagen

Edlandshagen Photo: Geir Einarsen Read more: Vannfestivalen Edlandshagen Photo: Gjesdal kommune
Edlandshagen Photo: Geir Einarsen
Read more: Vannfestivalen
Edlandshagen Photo: Gjesdal kommune

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Description

Edlandshagen bathing spot is situated in the centre of Ålgård. Here you will find a playground, a beach, fleet and toilets. Easy access for wheelchair and good parking.

Transport: Bus number 23 from Sandnes. Bus ride takes around 20 minutes.

Categories

  • Bathing Bathing

Facilities

  • Disabled persons

    • accessible to wheelchair users
  • General facilities

    • playground
    • toilet
    • parking
  • Nature and terrain

    • beach
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Edlandshagen - Photo: Geir Einarsen

Edlandshagen

Edlandshagen bathing spot is situated in the centre of Ålgård. Here you will find a playground, a beach, fleet and toilets. Easy access for wheelchair...

Edlandshagen

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