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The trail to Nedstavatnet is an old road used to take the farm animals up to the mountain grazing land in the summer. Today it is a popular trail taking you to the top of the Kvernhus waterfall with a great view of the Mofjord.
Kiosk at Nesvik ferryquay in Hjelmeland in Ryfylke.
Fast food, newspapers, magazines, snacks, candy, sodas, DVD/CDs, groceries, fishing equipment. Loc...
A walk along the river. In Modalen you'll find a path stretching from the Mo Fjord to the mountain village Nygard – the first stretch on a well kept forest road along the Mo River.
Høyevarde lighthouse is an exclusive and unique cultural heritage. When you arrive at the location, either with boat or car, you will feel that the pla...
The trail from Mo up to Motødna is steep and narrow – and in some places quite "airy". You shouldn't be scared of heights going up this route. But the reward at the top is a magnificent view of Mo, Otterstad and the Mo fjord.
Summer open cafè in the reception to the Little Hotel. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Outdoor seating....
All the 4 hotels in Sandefjord can also host groups which are not staying in the hotel for baquets and meetings.
Rica Park Hotell
Langeby Camping and beach is located on the western side of Vesterøya apx 8 km from Sandefjord city centre. Langeby has a 150 metre long shallow sandy beach in addition to a smaller beach and over 400 metres with great windswept rocks to sit on. During the summer there are two different boat types for rent here.
Welcome to the cafeteria at Sandefjord Motor Hotel by E-18 between Sandefjord and Tønsberg! Hot, traditional dinner-dishes are served from 12-22. Filled breadrolls and small dishes etc. are available until 12.