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Norwegian Wild Salmon Centre is located on the banks of the River Lærdalselva - one of Norway's most famous salmon rivers. Visitors are given an insig...
The Local Historical Centre consists of a museum, an archive collection of local history and a coffee shop called "Café Breda".
Take the lift or walk to Geilolia's summit, with a view over Norway's most famous national park. This is also a great starting point for hiking, biking...
Experience Haugesund seaport town by boat. Small, restored, charming boats that used to transport people and goods across the strait before the bridge...
With 146 km coastline, Sandefjord has many beaches within short distance. There are child-friendly shallow beaches, beaches with campgrounds and more secluded beaches. Would you like to ride to the beaches, you can rent bikes at the Tourist information in the town centre. Free maps are included.
The swimming-pool at Nordseter Fjellpark Sportell is open to all.The water is delightful and warm; and will always contain more than 29 degrees.
The swimmingpool in Bugården has something to offer for everybody. The main pool is 2500 square metres and has 8 tracks of 25m with a temperature of about 27C.
The ice skating ring is located beside Haraldshallen sports Park. The rink is open to all but children must be accompanied by an adult. The rink is clo...
Outdoor bath is closed for this summer 2014.
Outdoor bath centrally located in Nesbyen. Swimming pool with international measurements and diving boar...