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On the island of Flekkerøy there are several areas with small beaches and hiking trails that are reserved for outdoor recreation purposes.
Dvergsøya and Stokken are public recreational areas with bathing places, landing stages and toilets.
Built in 1936 with an extention from 1982. Seating capacity 120. High Mass Sunday 11 am. Mass on Tuesday and Thursday6 pm, Saturday 1 pm.
Walking, jogging or a cross-country skiing trip. There's always something to do at Baneheia all year round.
Jegerberg is a large forest close to town with lakes and marked trails.
Over 20,000 summer flowers in flowerbeds, flower towers, boxes and buckets in the streets, as well as 2000m2 of roses and perennials, adorn the centre of Kristiansand from May till late in September, to the pleasure and delight of residents and tourists. This is made possible by the municipality and businesspeople sharing the cost.
In Wergeland?s Park in the spring you find more than 8500 flowering bulbs in fantastic colours. Also here there is ?The Children?s Own Flowerbed?. Pre-school children grow plants in their nursery school, and these are then planted out in this flowerbed by 450 children dressed up in colourful flower costumes. Also in Wergeland?s Park is the magnificent bronze statue of Henrik Wergeland from 1908, by Gustav Vigeland.
Granite fountains made by Kjell Nupen. Guest harbour with services.
Have a leisurely walk through “Posebyen”, one of Northern Europe’s largest collections of charming, old, white wooden houses.
Iveland is known for its mines and quarries with quartz, feldspar and rare minerals.
Late Gothic cathedral from 1884, consecrated in 1885. Seating capacity 1000. Holy Communion with music every Friday from 11.30 - 12.00.