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Solstrand Spa

Relax, reflect and take in the serenity of the fjord at Solstrand’s recently expanded SPA.  Integrating Scandinavian bathing traditions and ideas of wellness, the SPA reflects the hotel’s vision of a rural idyll.

Bergen

Helleneset

Popular swimming spot at Lønborg, two kilometres north of the NHH college. Sandy beach, smooth rocks and children's pool. Diving board, kiosk, showers and toilets. Popular cliffs for climbing. Good parking facilities nearby.

Fana

Austrevågen

A lovely, small swimming spot south-east of Krokeide. A sandy beach, ideal for families. Toilet facilities.

Hjellestad

Grønevika

Idyllic swimming spots in the grounds of the Arboretum at Milde. Grønevika has toilet facilities and a disabled ramp with rail as well as a car park for disabled people. Parking at Mildevågen and path through the Arboretum to the swimming spots.

Bergen

Ulriken - Fløyen ("vidden")

The tour between Mount Ulriken and Mount Fløyen is one of the the most popular tours in Bergen. You can start and end your trip by taking Ulriken Cable Car or Fløibanen funicular. Between these two beautiful mountains you can see the fjords and islands around Bergen.
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Paradis

Gamlehaugen

Small beach behind Gamlehaugen by Nordåsvannet. Large lawn for sunbathing. Parking at Gamlehaugen.

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TeamX

If you’ve got a need for speed, then you should pay TeamX a visit. They’ve got water-skis, wakeboards, tubes, banana tubes and our latest acquisition – the Flyfish. The Flyfish gets towed by speed boat and hovers up to 10 meters above the sea. If you like the thrill of the Flyfish, you’ll enjoy riding the sea rafts at 50 knots, breaking through the meter-high waves of the open sea. Or for something a little calmer, join the sea safari for an out-of-the-ordinary ocean adventure, TeamX also offers jet skiing, paintball, clay pigeon shooting, diving, abseiling, archery, axe throwing, and many other exciting activities for family and business events.

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Glesnes Climbing Wall

The climbing area at Glesnes is situated on the southern tip of Sotra. The wall is very steep, with 20 to 30 degree overhangs. The quality of the rock is lower than other walls on Sotra, but in return the wall offers exciting hòlklatring.
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