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Recently renovated hotel with personally atmosphere in the heart of Gjøvik. All rooms have very high standard and one of the finest SPA in Norway is lo...
A nature experience tailor made, for example: skiing, snowshoeing, musk ox safari, ice fishing, trapping, randoneeing, enjoying nature, brewing coffee outside, stay overnight in a tent if wanted
Fetsund Lenser - a national heritage monument, timberfloating museum and nature centre. A unique blend of cultural and natural adventures, set in beaut...
The fish are jumping!
Fyresdal has a lot of water. Fyresdal boasts 392 bodies of water over a surface area of 10 decares representing around 12% of Fyresdal's total surface area. This means fishing enthusiasts have almost limitless possibilities to catch the "big one".
Fishing permits may be purchased in stores, at petrol stations and camping sites - at around 20 locations both inside and outside of Fyresdal.
Beian-brygge is a modern holiday home by the sea which is situated at the end of Trondheimsfjorden in the Ørland region.The holiday house was built in...
Bakkan Gård is a cattle and dairy farm which is situated near the popular salmon river, Stordalselva in Åfjord. Here you will find a camping site with...
On the edge of the peninsula Ørland, in the little place Garten, you can find the holyday cottages of Svein Sørgård. Garten Sjøhus is situated just abo...
Come to Linesøya in Åfjord (20 minutes by ferry) and experience mountains, heather-covered moors, skerries, cliffs and beaches and picture-postcard sce...
Bakkan Wahl lies on a small peninsular of land on the Trøndelag coast. Here you can experience a feeling of freedom and enjoy nature, untouched. Toget...
There are many places for fishing in the inner part of the Oslo Fjord. Fishing licences are not necessary.
Below you find a list of companies, which...