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Adne House stands as an historic memory of the living conditions of Øygarden’s fishermen and farmers up until the 1900s. At Adne you’ll hear tales of...
Journey back in time to the age of the sailing ship, and experience first-hand how the oceans were traversed with the power of wind. The Loyal at Sotra is the oldest Galleon in the world that is still sailed. If you want to escape the roar of the motor and the stresses of modern life, dangle your legs from the hatch, let the wind to fill the sails and listen to the gentle murmur of the hull as it ploughs through the ocean.
A small wall but with very high rock quality. It has decent, slightly overhanging rock faces. The wall is west facing and has sun from about 3pm.
6-12 meter high vertical wall. Climb on wooden lists of various sizes. The wall is fairly sheltered and is a good option when it’s windy.
For the inhabitants of Sotra’s coastline, fishing was their livelihood. In the 1870s, a herring and mackerel saltery was built on Langøy. The Langøy sa...
Øygarden is one of the region’s best places for bird watching. Along the coastline, sightings of more than 236 species of birds have been recorded. In...
Are you looking for an exciting hiking adventure, scurrying over mountainous rocks, and scaling deep cracks? Have months of revision left you aching for an energetic paintball war or longing to soak up some nature? Klyva offers wild adventures in nature’s very own playground, perfect for anyone in need of a bit of fresh air and outdoor living.
In the furthest reaches of northern Øygarden is Hernar. The island is home to about 15 inhabitants, and is a favourite destination for holiday-makers....
Visit the Coastal Museum, the maritime area in Ovågen and the oil technology facilities at Kollsnes, for an exciting journey through the history of Øygarden’s resources.
The Museum, set in a beautiful maritime area, traces the lives of Øygarden’s coastal inhabitants from the ice age until the present day. The main exhibition, "Sea, Earth, Wind and Fire" examines the use of resources in a typical coastal community over the past 10 000 years.