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Raudeberg

Kråkenes Fyr

The lighthouse Kråkenes Fyr is located in the community Vågsøy between Ålesund and Bergen and invites you to an overnight stay right by the wild atlant...

Kleppe

Feistein Lighthouse

Feistein Lighthouse, is situated on an island 2 km west of Sele marina, was lit for the first time in 1859 - when it was simply mounted in a tower on t...

Austevoll

Marstein lighthouse

Panorama Conference Hotel offers packages including transportation from Panorama Hotel to Marstein Lighthouse. Transport will be done with either RIB boat or helicopter. Please contact Panorama Hotel for questions and booking.

LINDESNES

Accommodation Lindesnes Lighthouse

This is a unique experience that you are bound to remember for the rest of your life.

Florø

Kvanhovden Lighthouse

Would you like to experience something out of the ordinary? Then staying in a lighthouse might be something for you. Kvanhovden Lighthouse lies just o...

Håvik

Høyevarde - Lighthouse hotel

Høyevarde lighthouse is an exclusive and unique cultural heritage. When you arrive at the location, either with boat or car, you will feel that the pla...

Sveio

Ryvarden Lighthouse - accommodation

In the quarter of the lighthouse keeper we can offer accommodation for 8-10 people. The house was renovated to a high standard in 2007. Here you can go...

Sveio

Ryvarden Lighthouse - accommodation

In the quarter of the lighthouse keeper we can offer accommodation for 8-10 people. The house was renovated to a high standard in 2007. Here you can go...

Nærbø

Obrestad lighthouse

Obrestad lighthouse is built of granite in 1873. The lighthouse master's residence was built in 1905, his assistant's house in 1949-50, and a family...

Kristiansand S

Grønningen Fyr

Grønningen Lighthouse is located about 8 km south-east of Kristiansand. The lighthouse came into service on 1 September 1878, and was manned until 1980, when it became automatic.
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