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Marked trails from the center of Sandefjord

5 marked trails 3,5 to 7 kilometer long for walking or jogging are starting from Sandefjord town center.

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Visit Sandefjord

Make your visit to Sandefjord a memorable experience with help from Visit Sandefjord! You can order your guided tours here, charter bigger boats for tours on the fjord, get some good ideas on sightseeing in and around Sandefjord, receive help for the organising of greater events etc.

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Sandefjord Sykkelfestival

Organizer of bike events in Sandefjord.

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Ristorante Del Mare

Ristorante Del Mare has a great waterfront location just a few minutes walk from the town center. The menu offers a wide variety of a la carte dishes, as well as delicious Italian pasta and authentic stone-baked pizza.

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Bakgaarden cultural arena

Bakgården (the back yard) is the town's creative corner that must be experienced. Here are some of the town's oldest buildings, which today includes galleries, shops and a very special café. The backyard is a cultural arena with a focus on adventure, diversity and inclusion.

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Matlykke - Deli and catering

Matlykke in Sandefjord is a deli that makes homemade food. Norwegian, Italian and Spanish sausages, and various fresh and well-matured cheeses.

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Matlykke - Café

In the Café Matlykke you can enjoy good, home-cooked food. The café is located in pleasant premises Torggata, vis á vis Hotel Kong Carl.

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Kokeriet Restaurant

Kokeriet Restaurant offers you splendid culinary experiences, with an overlook of Sandefjord's harbour. The menu has a wide selection of dishes, where the fish-soup is a classic.

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Guided tour of Midtåsen (in NOR)

The beautiful former home of shipping magnate and philanthropist Anders Jahre is now public property. The house, which sits in 15 acres of grounds (Midtåsen), was built in the 1930s and designed by renowned Norwegian architect Arnstein Arneberg.

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Bank Museum

From gold money to cash machine cards. The museum houses a collection of more than 2,500 objects and pictures from 1860 - 2010. Enjoy a walk through living history with our knowledgeable guide.
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