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The tale of the serpent in the seljord Lake have been told since 1750 and have been passed down in spoken form, being only partly written down. You can look for the serpent from the sea serpent tower on Bjørgeøyan.
Ørekroken is a popular swimming area. There are also several good walking paths, especially the one to Steinkorset. To get there, follow the signs fro...
Surrounded by grass fields, this sandy beach has a beach ladder, tables and benches. There are also moorings to secure your boat....
Gjøkvika is a nice sandy beach situated on the northern end of the island....
Popularly known as Løkkertuten, although the official name is Vellebukta (bay). Here you will find a grass hill with some sand. Little parking availab...
"The eagle dive": Free fall from 14 metres height with a Quick jump-line.
Farmen jr: Easy science, practical and fun competition with plent...
A small sandy beach with swimming raft and diving board. The beach is mostly used by locals. Poor parking
Hvam Odden, Nesøya...
Dog sledding in Valdres is a great experience. You glide over the snow surface and all you hear in the silence is the dog's breath and the sound of the...
Holesanden (fresh water beach) is located at the south end of Snipsøyrvatnet (Lake of Snipsøyr), and Raudesanden (fresh water beach) is located at nort...