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Litunet (Ryfylke Museum)

Farmstead with hosts in the summer - guiding, coffee and waffles. High up on the south side of Hylsfjorden in Ryfylke you will find the old farm Litu...

Suldal

Blåsjø Reservoir in Ryfylke and Setesdal

Blåsjø Water Reservoir located in Ryfylke and Setesdal. Blåsjø is Norway's largest artificial lake, and kept in place by 11 small and larger dams. Whe...

Jelsa

Jelsa, fjordside village. Jelsa Church and the School museum (Ryfylke Museum)

Jelsa in Suldal is the best-preserved fjordside village in Ryfylke. There has been a church here since the 13th century and commercial activity since t...

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Sandsfjorden

Sandsfjorden is located in Suldal in Ryfylke and goes from the southwest to the municipal center Sand in the northeast. Saudafjorden is about 25 km lo...

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The Flesåna waterfall in Brattlandsdalen

On its way through the valley of Brattlandsdalen, the Ryfylke Road, Rv 13, passes the scenic area known as Flesåna. The waterfall here is particularly...

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Sandsfossen and Høsebrua bridge

Suldalslågen, one of the longest rivers of Rogaland county, comes to an impressive conclusion at Sandsfossen falls. This waterfall at Sand in Ryfylke...

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Suldalsheiane moors

Suldalsheiane is a part of the SVR Ryfylkeheiane Nature Reserve and an eldorado for outdoor adventures all-year round. Part of the Stavanger Tourist Bo...

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Salmon studio

The Suldalslågen salmon river in Suldal, Ryfylke is 22 kilometres in length and flows down the valley from the Suldalsvatn lake into the Sandsfjord at...

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Kvednahola (Ryfylkemuseum)

An old mill owned by Ryfylke Museum. Kvednahola is situated by the shop at Vasshus. An exiting stop for travellers....

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Discovery Route

Discovery Route. Along this historical route between Stavanger and Bergen (established for tourists in the 1880s), you will experieince the magnificent...
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