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Read more: Valestrand cultural church Photo: Sveio kommune/srs

Sveio

Valestrand cultural church

Welcome to Valestrand cultural church, in the village Valestrand which is an important cultural place in Sveio municipality. Many artists have found...
Read more: Halsnøy Monastery Photo: Karen LV

Halsnøy Kloster

Halsnøy Monastery

Halsnøy monastery is on the island Halsnøy in the southern part of Kvinnherad. The monastery was finished in 1164 - built by the viking chief Erling...
Read more: Ferdslevegen in Uggdaldalen Photo: Torstein Hatlevik /Srs

Tysnes

Ferdslevegen in Uggdaldalen

Cultural environment with traces of old roads, burial mounds and ruins. The prehistoric road is several places stone set. Can be one of the oldest...
Read more: The Barony Rosendal Photo: Samarbeidsrådet

Rosendal

The Barony Rosendal

The Barony in Rosendal is the smallest "palace" in Scandinavia, the only one of its kind in Norway and a major attraction in Western Norway. Among...
Read more: Einstadbøvoll Farm Photo: Sveio Kommune

Sveio

Einstadbøvoll Farm

Old farmstead with 17 slate-roofed buildings. Preserved in 1923. Private ownership. Guided tour must be arranged with the owner. Call 53 74 22...

Fitjar

Hanøy

Hanøy, a coastal farm, which is situated on one of the outermost of the Fitjarøyane Islands, is worth a visit. The farm has been preserved by the...
Read more: The Håkonar Park Photo: Lars Meland

Fitjar

The Håkonar Park

Håkonarparken (Håkon’s park) is situated in the heart of Fitjar village, and has a statue of Håkon I of Norway, who died in the battle against Eirik’s...
Read more: Rydlandssago Photo: Jan Rabben

Fitjar

Rydlandssago

The sawing mill containing a water-powered circular saw was built in 1916 and was in operation until approximately 1990. The sawing mill was renovated...

Fitjar

Historical Landmarc- Rimbareid school

Fitjar has been inhabited since the Old Stone Age. Copies of findings from Stone Age and the Bronze Age are on display at Rimbareid School. The...
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