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Hogstadvannet lake has been used for many activities in both summer and winter. Previously, blocks of ice were cut here. The ice was transported to the...
3 outdoor swimming pools and slides, showers and kiosk. Free parking! Adjusted for handicapped....
Storesand Camping is located at Kirkeøy on Hvaler. You will find the Oslo fjord's best beach, with its own kiosk and licensed beach café.
Sandy beach by Viste Strandhotell, about 2 km from Randaberg town centre.
Transport: Bus number 8 or 28 to Randaberg sentrum from Stavanger. Takes aro...
Hamresanden is a 3 km long sandy beach with a buzzy life in the summerseason and a lot of sand. The area is often used for windsurfing, swimming, diving and strolls in the water's edge.
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.
The Tonstad Bath was opened in January 2012 and can boast with modern facilities. There are two separate pools, one for swimming and one for relaxing.
There are a number of swimming beaches along the Trondheim-fjord, including Munkholmen which is located out in the fjord. The water averages 17c. The...
The Fjordstova is located idyllically down by the fjord, in Skjolden, innermost in the Sognefjord. In the Fjordstova you will find : -tourist info - post office - cafè - handicraft shop -public library -conference auditorium -gym - a 12 m. high climbing wall -swimming pool - sauna -shooting range.