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Sveio

The Coastal Development Area ("Landscape Park")

The Coastal Development Area ("Landscape Park") in Sveio is the south-western part of the municipality, where Bømlo fiord meets the sea, ”Sletta”. The...

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...

Avaldsnes

Viking Settlement at Avaldsnes - a feeling of being back in the Viking Age

The Viking settlement is situated in beautiful natural surroundings on the island of Bukkøy and is accessible on foot with a 10 minute walk from St....
Guided tour NOK 100,- children NOK 50,- and seniors NOK 75,-.

Haugesund

World's largest Viking ship

On a small island just outside haugesund town centre the viking ship draken harald hårfagre is under construction. Building commenced in March 2010 a...

Sauda

The zinc mines at Allmannajuvet

The zinc mines in Allmannajuvet in Sauda, Ryfylke were in operation from 1881 to 1899. The mining operations brought life to the village with as many a...

Sauda

Summer in Sauda

MOUNTAIN WALKING The Saudafjord in Ryfylke is surrounded by hundreds of small and large peaks. There is a challenge suitable for everyone. Some reco...

Avaldsnes

”Archeologist for a day”

Monumental burial mounds, upright stones and medieval church sites are clear evidence of the rich chieftains and kings of Avaldsnes. Archeology and re...

Avaldsnes

Viking Settlement at Avaldsnes - a feeling of being back in the Viking Age

The Viking settlement is situated in beautiful natural surroundings on the island of Bukkøy and is accessible on foot with a 10 minute walk from St....
Guided tour NOK 100,- children NOK 50,- and seniors NOK 75,-.

Haugesund

RIB-boat in Haugesund

Experience Haugalandet from the seaside! Norway’s birthplace has always been dependent on the sea, from Viking times and up to today’s oil age. Jo...
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