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Sokndal

Ruggesteinen - the rocking rock

Ruggesteinen is Northern Europe’s largest rocking stone, a boulder weighing 74 tons. Park at the Linepollen bathing spot and walk inwards to Ruggeste...

Sokndal

Blåfjell Mines

Blåfjell Mines were operated during the period of 1863 to 1876. The ore from the mine was shipped from Rekefjord. Railroad tracks were built between...

Sokndal

Helleren and Jøssingfjord

Innermost in Jøssingfjord lie two houses below Helleren, an ancient settlement. The houses date from the end of the 1700s to the beginning of the...

Sandnes

Tourist Route Ryfylke

National Tourist Route Ryfylke is one of 18 tourist routes developed through a Tourist Route project in Norway. The goal of National Tourist Routes is...

National Tourist Route Jæren

In the Jæren landscape you will be awe-struck by the sheer beauty of nature, and choice of marvelous food.  Mile upon mile of sandy beaches and sand dunes, only broken by boulders and salmon rivers await you.

Tjørhom

Sirdal Mountain Museum

At Sirdal Mountain Museum a collection of buildings and artefacts from Sirdal is presented, where the oldest building is from the 1770s.  The differe...

Mosterøy

The Utstein Monastery

Utstein Monastery is Norway's only well-preserved medieval monastery. The buildings were originally intended as a royal residence, but an Augustinian...

Vikeså

Ørsdalsvatnet lake

The largest lake in Bjerkreim municipality is the 18 kilometres Ørsdalsvatnet lake. This lake and the surrounding nature you can experience by taking a...

Randaberg

Børaunen

The boulder mound at Børaunen is considered one of the largest of its kind in northern Europe. The name of the area "Børaunen" comprises the mound of b...

Randaberg

Randaberg church

Beautiful, white, wooden church built in 1845 from architect Linstow's drawings. The altarpiece dates back to 1628....
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