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Arendal

Arendal guest harbour

Holiday on sea? Come to Arendal and moor your boat in the lively and pulsating Pollen, or in the more family-friendly guest harbour on Tyholmen.

Tvedestrand

Sjøverstø Feriested (holiday centre)

A hidden place for many tourists, but perfectly located just far enough away from town to keep some privacy - even along the popular southern coast.

Gjeving

Bokhotellet Lyngørporten - resort

Resort Lyngørporten is situated on the seaside on the mainland near the preserved island community of Lyngør.

Arendal

Lighthouse holiday at Store Torungen

Two buildings at Store Torungen lighthouse outside Arendal are available for accommodation. The lighthouse open for visitors during the day.

Arendal

Lighthouse holiday at Lyngør

Lyngør lighthouse in Tvedestrand is open for accommodation through Aust-Agder trekking association. The old residence has been made into a cabin.

Arendal

Aust-Agder Trekking Association

12 cabins in the Setesdal hills, one cabin at Store Torungen lighthouse, LYngør lighthouse, marked trails for everyone who enjoy hiking in nature.

Åmli

Vindilhytta

North in Gjøvdal, just south of Nesvann as well as the border to Telemark, you find Vindilhytta. The drive is about 42 kms from Åmli centre. Vindilhytta has 8 rooms, and a total of 20 beds.
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Arendal

Clarion Hotel Tyholmen Arendal

Clarion Hotel Tyholmen is a full service hotel located on the waterfront in Arendal. Rooms with sea view, conference center, restaurant and bar make us a hotel for so much more than just an overnight stay

Arendal

Arendal Gjestehus (Guest house)

Three double bedrooms, two WCs/showers, and kitchen to share on the ground floor of with a wonderful view towards the seaward approach to Arendal.

Gjeving

Risøy Folkehøyskole group residence

Hall residence with 300 beds, perfect for larger groups of 150 people or more. Swimming areas, sport courts, walking paths, beautiful scenery.
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