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Beitostølen

Beitostølen Health Sports Center - Pool

The Beitostølen Health Sports Center has two modern swimming pools. A 25 m training pool with international standards (27 degrees C) and a therapy poo...

Stavanger

Badedammen bathing area

Badedammen is located in Strømsteinen between Verven and Badehusgata on the east side of Stavanger. The bathing spot is the city's oldest with a long...

Oslo

Frogner Ice Skating Rink / Frogner stadion

Outdoor ice skating at Frogner stadion, open in the winter season.

Tolga

Open mountain farm serving home made food

During the summer, there is always an open mountain farm in Vingelen, Tolga or Dalsbygda serving home made food. Bring your friends, children or gra...

Kristiansund N

Sundbåten - The harbour ferry

The Sundbåten boat - The world’s oldest public transport service in uninterrupted use. Part of Kristiansund’s cultural heritage and the world’s oldest...

Sundebru

Den Lille Dyrehage (Zoo)

Small monkeys, crocodiles, snakes and lizards are among the exotic species you can admire at our little zoo "Den Lille Dyrehage".

Skutvik

Ness Camping

Great surroundings for walking – a fantastic flora will meet you on your trip by the sea or in the hills where you can see the mountains in Lofoten....

Kristiansand S

Kristiansand City beach

Along the Strandpromenaden and near by the city center of Kristiansand is Bystranda. Bystranda is a nice sandy beach with swim pier, sun deck and palm trees - ideal for children.
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