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Read more: Opsalsfossen Waterfall Photo: Billy Grimaas

Vikedal

Opsalsfossen Waterfall

Beside the centre of Vikedal. A salmon-leap, see salmon in their natural environment....
Read more: Låkafossen Photo: Billy Grimaas

Vikedal

Låkafossen

Part of the river Vikedalselva forming a 30m high waterfall characteristic of the Norwegian landscape. The waterfall has created an impressive canyon,...
Read more: Suldalsheiane moors Photo: Reisemål Ryfylke - HS

Sand

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...
Read more: Sandvesanden Photo: Magnus Jonas Fjell

Sandve

Sandvesanden

Sandvesanden Beach is one of Karmøy’s finest attractions, which is located beside Sandve north of Skudeneshavn. The area around Sandvesanden is richly...
Read more: Ferkingstad Photo: Arne Kristian Stave Ytreland

Åkrehamn

Ferkingstad

Sandy beach with adjacent car park and toilets....
Read more: Sandholmen Photo: Magnus J. Fjell

Skudeneshavn

Sandholmen

Sandy beach with adjacent car park....
Read more: Kjerag Photo: Region Stavanger BA

Forsand

Kjerag

The majesty of the Lysefjord - Kjerag is a popular mountain peak that towers a 1000 metres over the Lysefjord.   The Lysefjord is 42 kilometres long...
Read more: Blåfjell Mines Photo: Vest Foto & Forlag

Sokndal

Blåfjell Mines

Blåfjell Mines were operated during the period of 1863 to 1876. The ore from the mine was shipped from Rekefjord. Railroad tracks were built between...
Read more: Helleren and Jøssingfjord Photo: Jan Ove Grastveit

Sokndal

Helleren and Jøssingfjord

Jøssingfjord famous for the Altmark affair – the first act of war on Norwegian soil during the second world war – on 16 February 1940. Memorial and...
Read more: Ruggesteinen - the rocking rock Photo: Helge Sørvåg

Sokndal

Ruggesteinen - the rocking rock

Ruggesteinen is Northern Europe’s largest rocking stone, a boulder weighing 74 tons. Park at the Linepollen bathing spot and walk inwards to...
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