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Welcome to Fiskevägen, the idyllic route along the
most beautiful fishing waters and salmon-filled rivers between the Swedish Mountains and
No matter how chilly it is outside, it's always warm and cosy in Førdehuset. The swimming pool is open all year round, and you can thaw out in the...
The public swimming pool in Stjørdal has a large pool with lanes and start blocks, diving boards (1m and 3m), ledges (3m and 5m) and a small water...
Most of the campingplaces in our district have nice beaches, some sandy beaches, others both sandy and with rocks and grass.
Larvik: The beach front...
Beach in the center of Brandal....
The sandy beach at Ovra, perhaps the most idyllic beach in the whole of Sunnmøre, is situated by the National Monument at Ovra. It has fine white sand...
Holesanden (fresh water beach) is located at the south end of Snipsøyrvatnet (Lake of Snipsøyr), and Raudesanden (fresh water beach) is located at...
Gjøkvika is a nice sandy beach situated on the northern end of the island....
Ørekroken is a popular swimming area. There are also several good walking paths, especially the one to Steinkorset. To get there, follow the signs...
Popularly known as Løkkertuten, although the official name is Vellebukta (bay). Here you will find a grass hill with some sand. Little parking...
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