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Experience four small idyllic communities located in coastal waters stretching from Bømlo in the north to Karmøy in the south. Here, you can relax, ta...
Bergen's oldest known tavern, the Altona, dates back to approx. the 17th century. The cellar has a rich history, and carries memories of this with it to this very day.. Today, we offer a wide selection of fine wines and spirits in historic surroundings.
Welcome to Haugesund’s most westerly neighbourhood – the island of Røvær. This island community of 100 inhabitants invites you to take part in experie...
Cultivating fruit seems a simple task. Visit our farm and learn more about all the work that lies ahead of the finished product. You might even learn some things to bring home to your own garden!
12 km walk in our finest nature on marked paths, crossing beaches, hills, and woods.
The fun starts at the Tourist Information and it will guide you through history, with exciting and funfilled clues to find Tordenskiold. Solve the riddle and if you are able to find the last clue, you get your share of the treasure.
Treskjerartunet is an important carrier of the tradition of woodcarving. Sculptural woodcarving holds a rich history and long traditions in our region, and we are proud of our many masterful carvers that have led the way to inspiration and skill at Treskjerartunet.
With a new workshop up and running the family offers a unique experience in learning how barrels are made. You are also welcome to taste delicious goods baked in the stone oven.
Feøy is known for its archipelago-like inlets and canals, idyllic beaches and outdoor areas. Sheep roam the island all year round and their wool is use...
The archipelago Bolærne is located to the east of Nøtterøy in the outer parts of the Oslo fjord. Bolærne was recently opened up to the public after