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Songvaar lighthouse is situated in Søgne archipelago and it is available for overnight stays and visits.
Saltholmen Lighthouse - the islets were used early in the 19th century for the extraction of sea salt. Lighthouse from 1882, manned until 1952 when it was automated.
Only 10 minutes from Lillesand, 19 minutes from the zoo and 30 minutes from Kristiansand city center is Birkeland Hotel located - quite central at the South Coast.
The cabin is situated in wide open mountain terrain, near the mouth of Sandavatn. The cabin is easily accessible and is often used in summer, autumn and winter. This is one of the snowiest areas in Frafjordheiene but one of the most popular especially during winters with little snow, Sandvatn is a very popular destination.
Blåfjellenden is on the Frafjord moors with views down the beautiful Fidjadalen (valley). The cabin is popular with families and those looking for a short weekend getaway.
Støle is located on top of a hill and is a peaceful area with lovely scenic hikes that take you through the remnants of an old settlement.
This cabin is located in the Frafjordheiene conservation area with lovely views of the valley and the lakes.
Taumevatn is located at the mouth of Taumevatnet. It has magnificent views of the water, good fishing possibilities and pleasant hiking treks and cross country trails making it a popular weekend destination for families during summer and winter.
Grautheller is idyllically placed near a small natural pool, perfect for children to swim in.
An attractive lodge surrounded by lakes popular for swimming.