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Nikøy is the meeting point at Bulandet in Askvoll. Here you will find a grocery store, guest harbour and a café.
The store has a good selection of gro...
In Jæren, a little south of Stavanger the MingarWalker Glassblowing studio is located. Here you will find a contemporary collection of Norwegian Handb...
Norwegian handmade arts and crafts. You may buy glass art as pictures, jewlery, sculputres and more. You may also find a wide selection of souvenirs o...
The best klippfish made of fresh raw materials - dried according to ancient traditions - a quality product from Kristiansu...
The picturesque and lively Fish Market in Bergen is one of Norway's most visited outdoors markets and has a charming location in the heart of the city between the fjords and Bergen's 7 mountains. The Fish Market also sells fruit, vegetables, flowers, handicrafts and souvenirs.
Traditional and modern, Norwegian national costumes - bunad - and knit wear like jackets and sweaters. Handcraft i.e. glass, ceramics, woven carpets a...
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...
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.
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.
In the basement of the vicarage at Storebø, which was built in 1889, baking is carried out in wood-fired ovens. You can buy pizza and light refreshment...