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Sauda

Høllandsfossen falls

Høllandsfossen lies in the very heart of Sauda municipality, on the right-hand side of the road from Sauda to Åbødalen, just past Sauda Ungdomsskule...

Sauda

Svandalsfossen falls

As you drive The National Tourist Route Ryfylke, Fv. 520 and Rv. 13, you pass an impressive waterfall just before you reach Saudasjøen in Ryfylke....

Saudasjøen

Svandalen

Svandalen is an excellent walking area during the summer. Sauda Tourist Information Office has maps of Svandalen and other good walking areas in the Sa...

Sveio

Holsvika

Holsvika outdoor amenity is located in Ålfjorden Fjord just south of Tittelsnes. It features a beach, jetty, large grassy areas, superb rocky shoreline...

Haugesund

Vangen

Vangen is surrounded by beautiful walking paths and right beside Skeisvannet Lake, which features a diving board tower. With swings, climbing frame, a...

Markhus

Evening riding tour to Vikastølen

Along mountain farm tracks with guide. Rest and open fire at the lakeside. Medium difficulty degree. Duration: 4 hrs Booking: On request for individua...

Røvær

The island of Røvær

Røvær is an island located 25 minutes off the coast of Haugesund. With 110 inhabitants and only one car, this is a community few of us have experience...
Adults 48 NOK Children/Senior 24 NOK

Nedstrand

Høyt & Lavt climbing park

Between Boknafjorden and Vindafjord lies Nedstrand, sheltered from the north wind, and offers you great nature experiences. “Høyt og Lavt” (high and lo...

Sauda

The potholes in Åbødalen

To reach these fascinating potholes in Sauda, Ryfylke, follow the sign from Sauda toward Åbødalen. Continue on the road to Buer, about 10 km from the...

Haugesund

Steinsfjellet, 227 m.a.s.

Viewpoint 227m above the sea. Panorama views over Haugalandet and the North Sea. Drive to the top and park 100m from the peak....
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