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Read more: Gandsfjorden Photo: Region Stavanger, Reidar Vik

Sandnes

Gandsfjorden

The Gandsfjorden is the fjord from Stavanger to Sandnes town centre. The fjord is situated between the flat Jæren landscape to the west and and the...
Read more: Kronen Gard Hotell Photo: Kronen Gaard Hotell

Sandnes

Kronen Gard Hotell

Kronen Gaard restaurant tempts with local dining experiences such as deer and elk from Setesdalen, cranberries from Moi and wild mushrooms from...
Price for 3 courses: Less than 400 NOK
Read more: Skeianetunet Photo: Sandnes kommune

Sandnes

Skeianetunet

In the 17th century, Skeiane famstead was a croft under Øvre Austrått. Gradually Skeiane developed into a centre for the Høyland area of Sandnes, with...
Read more: The North Sea Road Photo: Sokndal kommune

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....
Read more: Alsvik Nature Centre Photo: Monica Larsen/Region Stavanger

Sandnes

Alsvik Nature Centre

Ideal for families that are keen on outdoor recreation. Scenic areas adapted for outdoor pursuits and nature studies. Ideal for families with prams...

Sandnes

Høyland Church

This wooden renaissance style church built in 1842 is a fine example of the Linstow style. It has a 13th century baptismal font carved of soapstone, a...

Sandnes

Hogstadvika

Disabled-friendly environment, toilet and parking. Camping site for caravan members. Several lakes ideal for swimming in Lutsi watercourse alongside...
Read more: Sandnes Church Photo: Sandnes Menighet

Sandnes

Sandnes Church

Sandnes church - This Neo-Gothic brick church was built in 1882. When the church was refurbished in 1962-63, the nave and choir were extended. The...
Read more: Rogaland Arboretum Photo: Region Stavanger

Sandnes

Rogaland Arboretum

Rogaland Arboretum is a lush park area with more than 1400 different trees and bushes from a number of countries. With its 175 acres, this is Norway's...
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