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Mosterhamn

Moster Old Church

According to the Icelandic recorder of sagas, Snorre, Olav Trygvason docked at Moster in 995 following his voyage across the North Sea from England,...
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Rubbestadneset

Bømlo Hotell

The Bømlo Hotel reopened after refurbishment in 2003 and it is now a modern hotel with a bright and pleasant colour scheme. Its pleasant staff and...
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Bømlo

Langevåg Gjestehavn

Sheltered harbour innermost in Langevåg bay. Room for approx. 30 guest boats. Many facilities related to the harbour. Posision: N59 36.237 E005 13....
Read more: The coastal route 138 km Photo: Ove Gjerde

Rubbestadneset

The coastal route 138 km

The Islands and Skerries Route 138 km The trip starts in varied coastal scenery on good-quality hilly roads and offers great impressions of the ocean,...

Brandasund

Carwalk to Brandasundsåto

Brandasund has a long history as a trading and lodging venue. The excellent sheltered harbour has played a central role in life along the outer coast...
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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...
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Finnås

Kulleseid Telegrafstation

Kulleseid Telegrafstation was built in 1857 the oldest telecommunications building in Norway and the «jewel» in the Telenor crown of listed buildings...
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Bremnes

The Gold Mines at Lykling

Towards the end of the nineteenth century the Lykling gold mines were at the centre of a gold rush that is unrivalled in Norwegian history. Hundreds...
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