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Grimstad

Homborsund Lighthouse Grimstad

Homborsund Lighthouse is located on a small island by the coast of Grimstad.

Grimstad

Fjære kirke

Fjære Church is an impressive stone building.

Åseral

Åknes chapel

The chapel dates from 1873, and is set in beautiful surroundings by Lake Lognavatn. This chapel is famous for the unusual colours of its furnishings a...

Farsund

Farsund City History

There is so much history in the city of Farsund in Southern Norway, but it is all within easy reach. You can take a walk and experience it for yourself. Plaques are fastened to various places around the city that give you some information on that particular piece of history. Maps are available at the Farsund Tourist Office.

LINDESNES

Vigmostad church

Cruciform church from 1848. The upper part of the altarpiece comes from the old church that was built in around 1700....

LINDESNES

Svinør

Svinør’s days of glory were in the 18th and 19th centuries. It is considered one of the best preserved and most beautiful outports in southern Norway....

Marnardal

Skjæveslandtunet

Some of the older buildings in Marnardal are exceptionally attractive. In Skjævesland you will find Skjæveslandtunet, consisting of a number of beaut...

Øyslebø

Øyslebø church

In 1795, a new church was built in Øyslebø on the site of the old long church. The altarpiece and pulpit are from the original church, and have been da...

LINDESNES

Spangereid church

Beautiful medieval church from approx. 1100. The church was originally a Romanesque long church, and the oldest part is made of stone. In the 1830s the...

Brekkestø

Brekkestø

Brekkestø was originally a temporary anchorage, also for sailing ships laid up for the winter. The story goes that in winter the ships lay so close to each other that you could cross the sound without getting your feet wet.
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