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Finnøy

Skartveitvågen

Skartveitvågen on Halsnøy is the centre of the island. Here you will find a marina and different points of interest to both locals and tourists visit...

Ålgård

Edlandshagen

Edlandshagen bathing spot is situated in the centre of Ålgård. Here you will find a playground, a beach, fleet and toilets. Easy access for wheelchair...

Randaberg

Hålandsvannet

Hålandsvatnet spans Stavanger and Randaberg municipalities. A newly established trail circles the lake, attracting natives and visitors alike to rela...

Stavanger

Godalen badeplass

Popular batheing area which includes a beach, barbeque facilities and playground for children. Kiosk open on warm days. Limited parking. It is part o...

Gjesdal

Kyllingstadvannet

Bathplace near the Kyllingstad community hall. Beach, toilet, football pitch, playground. Good access for disabled peoples. Parking....

Kvernaland

Stemmen

Recreational area in the village of Kvernaland at the north end of Frøylandsvatn lake. Bathing spot, picnic area, sand volleyball court and skate ramp....

Rennesøy

Lineholmene (islets)

Located south of Vestre Amøy facing the island of Bru. Idyllic, sheltered outport with built jetties - operated by Ryfylke Friluftsråd. Landscaped wa...

Kleppe

The Jæren beaches

The Stavanger Region has 11 km of beach coastline. Enjoy of sand dunes that meet the sea and white pristine beaches that stretch on forever.

Stavanger

Preikestolen sunrise hike

Preikestolen is the most visited hike in Norway. Every year, approximately 250.000 hikers find their way up to the cliff, hanging at 604 metres above t...

Sandnes

Vagleskogen (forest)

There are 3,5 km with floodlit gravel walks that are frequently used by joggers. The area consists of spruce and pine forrests which provide shelter o...
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