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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...

Uggdal

Haaheim Gaard

An oasis for the good life. Savour the flavours of a bygone era in the restaurant, wake up to the smell of newly-baked bread fresh from the oven. Brea...

Tysnes

The Tysnes route (71 km)

It is possible to cycle both around and across the mountain between Onarheim and Uggdal (Fv 79 road), or take a detour out to Reksteren (Fv 83 road), t...

Uggdal

Haaheim Gaard

An oasis for the good life. Savour the flavours of a bygone era in the restaurant, wake up to the smell of newly-baked bread fresh from the oven. Brea...

Uggdal

Bicycle hire Haaheim Gaard, Tysnes

At Haaheim Gaard you can rent a bike and experience a fantastic west coast fjord scenery by bike. Choose by bicycling in the island Tysnes, or take a...

Uggdal

Solheimsdalen - Malkenesdalen - Tysnessåto

Solheimsdalen - Malkenesdalen - Tysnessåto The car park in Solheimsdalen is one of the most popular starting points for exploring the mountains of Ty...
Effort level
  • Medium
Duration
  • 3 hours

Uggdal

Friday 26 Jun 2015 to Sunday 28 Jun 2015

Row around Tysnes

For the seventeenth year in a row, rowing and wooden boat enthusiasts are gathered to a three day rowing festival around in Tysnes.   ”Tysnes Arou...

Uggdal

Route review Flatråkervassdraget 31km

The cycling trip to Flatråkervassdraget starts in the coastal village of Våge and takes you through wooded areas and along sparkling lakes. You cycle...

Tysnes

Malkenes – Haaheim Gaard (19,7 km)

The cycling trip to the beautiful Haaheim Gaard starts at Malkenes quay, where the Hardangerfjord- ekspressen express boat calls on its way from Berge...

Onarheim

The lime oven at Flakka

The rock on the eastern side of Tysnes is rich in lime. It was used for lime burning for many hundreds of years and provided the farms in the area wit...
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