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Find providers and contact information Tourist information in Sunnhordland

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Rosendal

Folgefonna National Park Centre, Rosendal

The 25th national park in Norway was opened here the summer 2005. The national park covers an area of 600 km². The national park centre has been ope...

Bremnes

Bømlo Tourist Information, Bremnes

Bømlo is Sunnhordland's last bulwark before the open sea, acting as a long-drawn shelter for the islands and the villages within. At Bømlo you can e...

Uggdal

Tysnes Tourist office

The municipality of Tysnes is a group of islands with an overall surface area of 255 square kilometres. The scenery ranges from seaside rocks and heat...

Stord

Municipality of Stord, the Customer Market Place

Stord is Sunnhordland?s only city, and a regional centre. Leirvik is a junction for communication within and out of Sunnhordland. Starting from Stord,...

Rosendal

Kvinnherad Tourist Information, Rosendal

Kvinnherad Tourist Information is situated in the centre of Rosendal, where the Hardangerfjord express arrives from Bergen. Folgefonna National Parc...

Sveio

Tourist office - Sveio

The touristinformation in Sveio is situated in the library, Vigdartun. This is open during the summerseason. During the rest of the year, please conta...

Etne

Åkrafjordtunet tourist info

See the waterfall Langfoss in Etne, Åkrafjord, - one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world! Information about this great municipality at Åkra...

Stord

Stord Culture Centre, Leirvik

In the Culture Center of Stord, you will find tourist information in the summer time. Throughout the year there is a cinema and other cultural activit...

Tysnes

Tysnes Tourist Office

Tourist office during the summer season. Located in Våge guest harbour....

Etne

Fugl Fønix Tourist Info

Etne offers a majestic waterfall, narrow fjord slicing steep mountains in to, and rich opportunities for fishing in rivers and the sea. Etne is Sunnhor...
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