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Sandnes

The North Sea Road

From Kristiansand in the south to Haugesund in the north, this renowned coastal route treats you to magnificent and varied views of the North Sea....

Stavanger

Museum of Archaeology in Stavanger

The Museum of Archaeology is sited in beautiful and central locations in Stavanger. Our exhibitions and other activities provide knowledge and understa...

Sandnes

Høgsfjorden

Høgsfjorden is situated southeast from Stavanger. When you travel by boat from Stavanger to Lysefjord you travel through the Høgsfjorden. The Lysefjor...

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.

Stavanger

Øvre Holmegate - The colourful street

A colourful street in the centre of Stavanger where all buildings have been painted in fresh colours. This is perhaps the most colourful street in all...

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...

Stavanger

Hiking the Lysefjord – 5 day-hike

Ever hiked along a fjord? Join us on a 5 day hike and experience the majesties of the Lysefjord. Besides visiting the world-renowned Preikestolen (Pu...

Stavanger

Alexander Kielland (1849 - 1906)

Alexander Lange Kielland was born in Stavanger on the 18th of February 1849. He belonged to one of the oldest merchant families in Stavanger, and he grew up in one of the city's most wealthy homes.

Randaberg

Vistehola (Svarthola)

Situated at Viste is Vistehola (Svarthola), one of Norway's oldest Stone Age settlement sites. The cave, probably formed during the last ice age, is a...
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