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Find providers and contact information Shopping in Fjord Norway

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Haugesund

Amanda Shopping Centre - the regions largest mall

Amanda has 67 shops, several cafés and restaurants and free parking. Amanda Shopping Centre is approximately 4 km south-east of Haugesund. Good bus co...

Stavanger

Ostehuset Bakery and "patisserie"

When you go to bed, our baker goes to work! Every day Ostehuset can offer delicious, freshly baked bread and aromatic pastry from its very own bakery....

Stavanger

Ostehuset food outlet and delly

Ostehuset is a place with a food outlet, coffee shop and production of food all under one roof. We serve homemade meals, and the shelves are filled wit...

Ombo

Ryfylke Planter

Ryfylke Planter - Ådland nursery, lies sheltered and idyllically at about 400m from Eidssund harbour on the isle of Ombo in Ryfylke. We sell all...

Vedavågen

Karmøy Laks - quality products straight from the sea

It cannot be more special! The salmon is produced right here at Salvøy, by the water's edge, using age-old methods and traditional recipes. Every bite...

Bergen

Ting

Ting is the ultimate gift shop. If you are going to Bergen and are not sure what gifts to bring home you will have lots of ideas here.

Straume

Sartor Senter

Sartor is one of Norway's largest shopping centres, boasting 112 establishments including restaurants, tax-free shops, post office, pharmacy and banks. It was named "shopping centre of the year" in 2006. A tourist information centre can also be found at the centre.

Jørpeland

The Ryfylke town Jørpeland

Jørpeland is situated by the fjord, about 10 km from Tau in Ryfylke. This small Ryfylke town has a selection of shops that offer a wide range of produc...

Volda

Volda hospital

Helse Sunnmøre (Volda- and Ålesund hospitals) is located in the south western part of Norway. Facilities within Helse Sunnmøre are situated in Volda,...

Hjelledalen

The Old Shop at Hjelle

The shop dates from 1882 when Thor Hjelle (who later started Hjelle Hotel in 1896) started as a shopkeeper on the quay at Hjelle. The shop was a gener...
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