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Sandefjord's most famous sculpture is a memorial to whaling, created by Knut Steen at the end of the 1950s. The whaling monument shows whalers with oars in an open boat, with harpoons ready and water spraying.
The Olavs Chapell is located in Bjerggata and is open on regular days in the winter.
Røllend is a scenic glade on the eastern bank of lake Berse. The name means ”clearing of land”.
The rural settlement of Tveide consists of several scenic farms, the local museum being one of them.
The forest track at the museum is a 2,5 km long marked path with 18 stops with information in Norwegian and German about different aspects of forestry.
Reimanngården dates back to the 1700s, and is where Henrik Ibsen lived and worked when he first arrived in Grimstad. Here you can visit art exhibitio...
Uthaugsgården was built around 1740 and was bought by the Lund family in 1829. In 1859 the main activity besides farming was fishing and trading with...
Saudafjorden in Ryfylke extends from where Sandsfjorden splits into a northern run in 16 km to Sauda and an eastern into Hylen. Saudafjorden is the nor...
Sandsfjorden is located in Suldal in Ryfylke and goes from the southwest to the municipal center Sand in the northeast. Saudafjorden is about 25 km lo...
Travel on our direct flight high over the Arctic Circle to Northern Norway’s Vesterålen archipelago where by day you will experience unique and exclusive insights into Arctic wildlife and island living and each night you will take part in guided searches for the bewitching spectacle of the northern lights.