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Krikken Coastal Fort, a German construction from World War 2 is well worth visiting. The fort is located at Skåtøy island outside of Kragerø, and is an excellent hiking area.
The Tourism Associations cabin is located 4 km from Fikkjebakke in Sannidal in a forest terrain with trails spread over the Krokheia heath. In the autum you can pick berries and mushrooms, in the wintertime the ski slopes are waiting for you.
Blooming of the anemones are mostly everywhere in Southern Norway at spring time. But on the island Jomfruland outside Kragerø, people go solely to contemplate the long white carpet that covers the 9 km long island in May.
At 150 meters above sea level, Storkollen offers a great view upon the Kragerø archipelago and is a perfect trip for young and old. From Rørviklia, following the hiking trails, it will take approximately 30 minutes to reach the viewpoint.
The coastal Path in Kragerø runs from the Bamble border in the northeast to the Risør border in the south, stretching 42 km. The trail is divided into three distances: Fossing- Helle, Helle - Kragerø and Kragerø - Ellingsvika.
Today you can walk this route by yourself and find plates with information and motives along the route. Pick up a brochure with map at the tourist- or serviceoffice and walk through the streets of Kragerø in Munch's footsteps.
Korset, located at the end of Skåtøy has a picturesque setting with old pilot-houses lying on the beach and ocean right out behind the islets. Both residents and cottagers live here. A bike ride to Korset is a nice activity!
Geocaching in Kragerø is a great way to get better acquainted with the city and the forest areas.
Stangnes by Levang is one of Kragerøs`finest recreation areas with smooth polished rocks and bathing sites. During summertime, coffee & Norwegian waffles are served at the old fishermans-home.