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Marhyl swimming spot

Marhyl swimming spot Photo: marhyl - © Frode Buen
Marhyl swimming spot Photo: marhyl - © Frode Buen

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Located 3 km north of Rysstad, near Brokke power station. Car park right by Highway 9 on the right side of the road when you go from Rysstad in the direction of Valle. Marhyl is of high standard, and has a sandy beach as well as smooth rocks sloping into the
water. Toilets.

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Marhyl swimming spot - Photo: marhyl - © Frode Buen

Marhyl swimming spot

Located 3 km north of Rysstad, near Brokke power station. Car park right by Highway 9 on the right side of the road when you go from Rysstad in the...

Marhyl swimming spot

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