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Read more: Marinaen Restaurant Photo: Tregde Feriesenter

Mandal

Marinaen Restaurant

Marinaen Restaurant has seating for up to 80 guests and also takes bookings for groups and events. If you wish to combine your visit with a meeting or...
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Bjelland

Elksafari

The Norwegian elk are beautiful wild animals. They live in the forest alone or in small groups. They are shy animals and therefore quite elusive. This...
Read more: Elksafari in Marnardal Photo: Ewen Martin

Bjelland

Elksafari in Marnardal

The elk (or moose) is Norway's King of the Forest. So come along on an elk safari! We share a bus with Adventure Norway from Hesså, in Marnardal....
Read more: Children's Zoo (Barnas dyrepark) Photo: www.lindesnesregionen.com

LINDESNES

Children's Zoo (Barnas dyrepark)

A farmyard in miniature, it offers children an opportunity to come in close contact with sheep, goats, pigs, rabbits, chicken and geese. There is also...
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Mandal

Hr.Redaktør!

The restaurant offers everything from light dishes and lunch to a full à la carte menu. The restaurant’s theme is 1930s newspaper journalism – quite...
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Mandal

Kastellet

Urban and continental café & winebar with panorama view over the city, located at Verven....
Read more: Marna Café Photo: www.lindesnesregionen.com

Mandal

Marna Café

The restaurant has outside seating throughout the summer, both on a barge on the river and on the quayside terrace. The bar has possibly the largest...
Read more: Fiskelaget Photo: Heidi Sørvig

Mandal

Fiskelaget

Fiskelaget is centrally located on the waterfront in Mandal. Every morning fishermen deliver their catch to the restaurant, which offers a wide...
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Mandal

Sjølingstad Uldvarefabrik

Today the factory is a living musum with its own power station, dye house, spinning mill, weaving mill and finishing plant. If you go on a guided...
Read more: Mandal church Photo: Turistkontoret for Llindesnesregionen

Mandal

Mandal church

This is Norway’s largest wooden church, consecrated in 1821. The church, built in the Neoclassical Empire style, can seat up to 1300 people. It was...
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