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There are also great swimming possibilities at the adapted area at Lauvsjøen on the west side of Golsfjellet....
Just outside the town centre (at Rv. 7 - direction Ål/Geilo) you'll find the outdoor public bath area in the river at Mobrua (Moen bridge).
It is equ...
Between Oset Høyfjellshotell and the Tislei dam there is a natural swimming spot, great for picnicing....
Ingierstrand is the most popular beach in Oppegård, south of Oslo. Here you will find parking, toilettes, kiosk and a nice restaurant. There are severa...
Length: 40 km Cycling: about 3 hours
Pavements: Asphalt Level: Medium
Along the whole the lake there is a road. A nice bike ride around the sea serpent's kingdom! Many camping sites with beaches around the whole lake.
Enjoy the sunshine and summer on one of the municipality's sandy beaches.
Selje Spa/Thalasso Spa means «health through water», while the word Thalasso is Greek and means sea. Thalasso is the generic term for treatments using...
Popularly known as Løkkertuten, although the official name is Vellebukta (bay). Here you will find a grass hill with some sand. Little parking availab...
Ørekroken is a popular swimming area. There are also several good walking paths, especially the one to Steinkorset. To get there, follow the signs fro...
At Foten you will find a sandy beach with a pool ladder, swimming raft, tables and benches....