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Flekkefjord

Rixen Watersport Centre

Norway’s very first cable-pull used for water skiing and wake boarding activities. Bring your friends and family along for a fun-filled and unforgettable day on the water.

Sekken

Biking on Sekken island

With only a 40 minutes ferryride from the centre of Molde, you will get to a beauty spot island in the Romsdalsfjord - Sekken. The bicycle goes for fre...

Harøy

Håp i Havet - swimmingpool

Aqua park at Finnøya with fantastic view, children's pool, water slide, bubble bench and water stream. Sauna and steam bath....

Flekkefjord

Rail Biking tour in Flekkefjord

Explore the listed Flekkefjord railway line. Stunning nature scenes offer visitors a great day out. Suitable for the whole family, young children included. Daily tours arranged during the summer months, departing from the bus station.

Haugesund

Boat for rent - free

This summer you can loan a small boat from Dokken museum for free. It fits 4 adults or 2 adults and 3-4 smaller children. Life jackets will be require...

Kapp

Stensveen Ressurssenter

The resource centre with the heart of gold, we offer: - Viking excursions on the Viking ship «Balder» (Jun.-Sep.) on Lake Mjøsa. - Tømmerloftet (timb...

Kristiansand S

Metro Bowling Kristiansand

Metro Bowling is a bowling chain focusing on good quality and service to our customers. Today we have a total of 8 bowling alleys, located in: Asker, Kristiansand, Lørenskog, Ski, Sandnes, Stavanger, Sandefjord and Holmen. All of our alleys are in top conditions and offers almost everything of the best with in bowling, bowling gear, entertainment games, billiard and possibilities for dining. Our goal is to be the best at all times? Give us a try!!!!

Hamresanden

Water slide at Hamresanden Resort

The water slide is no sea monster, though you might feel a tickle in your stomach by the sight of it.

Haugesund

RIB-boat in Haugesund

Experience Haugalandet from the seaside! Norway’s birthplace has always been dependent on the sea, from Viking times and up to today’s oil age. Jo...
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