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The children's hiking trail

Use a day or a week to walk in "Yohan's" footsteps. The walk offers authentic history, beautiful scenery, fresh air and not least physical education for all ages.


Trails in Birkenes

Birkenes consists of beautiful and varied landscape with countless lakes, lots of forests and high terrain


Bird watching in Lista

The Lista region has one of the highest population of different birds. They travel from all over the world to feed in Lista during the autumn, before making their long journey to the southern part of Europe. There are bird watching stations at Lista Fyr, Harnanger and other locations around the area.


Saltholmen Lighthouse

Saltholmen Lighthouse - the islets were used early in the 19th century for the extraction of sea salt. Lighthouse from 1882, manned until 1952 when it was automated.


Nordberg Fort

Come and visit one of the few Coastal Forts built by the Germans in World War 2, that is preserved in its original form.

Hovden i Setesdal

Nature conservation area at Hovden

In the Hovden Nature Protection Area, the Lislevatn Nature Reserve and the Vidmyr Nature Reserve, all vegetation is protected to preserve the unique...


Mineralparken, Evje

MINERALPARKEN - nature's treasury. In the Mineral Park at Evje you find a spectacular collection of minerals and crystals. In the mines, the world's mo...


Hesnesøy(Hesnes Island) Grimstad

Once among the most important harbours along the south coast


Midnight Sun Tour in beautiful Troms - Tour in Lyngenalps

The sun never sets during the North Norwegian summer. The Midnight Sun is a natural phenomenon whereby the sun does not drop below the horizon. In clear weather, you can see the sun 24/7.



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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