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Enjoy the sunshine and summer on one of the municipality's sandy beaches.


Tønsberg Swimming Pool

Tønsberg swimming hall has two main pools, with one being slightly warmer than the other. In the warmer pool there are three lanes designated to exerc...


Seal safari

Visit a seal colony with Strømsholmen Seasportcenter, every afternoon in the summer. Boat trip for about half an hour and then you can snorkel with the...


Selje Spa Thalasso

Selje Spa/Thalasso Spa means «health through water», while the word Thalasso is Greek and means sea. Thalasso is the generic term for treatments using...


Places to swim in Nannestad

Lima In the south end of Hurdalsjøen is Lima which is not a nice area -  great for everyone especially for kids. The space has a toilet building. It...


Places to swin in Hurdal

Meieriodden Shallow sandy beach close to Hurdal church on Hurdalsenteret Church.    Picnic areas and toilet for disabled, parking. Åssanden At the nor...


Places to swin in Nes

Veslesjøen Veslesjøen has a nice sandy beach and a municipal swimming area located about 5 km from the center Årnes. Follow signs to Dragsjøhytta, unt...


Places to swim in Eidsvoll

Eidsvoll municipality has two beautiful swimming spots at Hurdalsjøen. Both swimming spots at Hurdalsjøen is child friendly with nice sandy beaches a...


Ranten Bath

Swimming hall with pool and a separate children's pool. The water is a comfortable 27 degrees Celsius. The pool is named Holmevann after a mountain la...


Qvisten Outdoor Bath

Outdoor bath is closed for this summer 2014. Outdoor bath centrally located in Nesbyen. Swimming pool with international measurements and diving boar...
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