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Risør

Galleri Villvin

Gallery Villvin has sales and exhibition venues for Norwegian and Nordic handicrafts which is open all year round in Risør. It conveys works created by more than one hundred artisans within the groups for ceramics, textiles, glass, metal and wood. All of these are members of the trade union Norwegian Craftsmen, or the equivalent in our neighboring countries.

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Risør II

Risør II is a restored Colin Archer sail ship with passenger certificate up to 12 passengers + crew of 3.  Possible to rent for day trips and overnight...

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Risør Pensjonat B&B

The Risør Pension is a guest house that offers affordable accommodation in the southern town of Risør. The guest house offers single, double and family rooms with breakfast. The guest house is located a Frydendal which is a twelve minute walk from Risør centre where there is a grocery store, gas station and nearby fitness center.

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Motorhome parking in Risør center

Risør has a dedicated area for camper vans in Tjenna which is located five minutes walking distance from the main street in Risør.

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Jegertunet Feriesenter

Jegertunet Feriesenter (holiday centre) is located in scenic surroundings at Øysang in Risør. The feriesenter opens new this summer 2015 from mid June to mid August, but is also open some weekends and holidays.

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Risør guest harbour

If you have your own boat, the guest harbour at Risør is one to put on the list of places to visit along the archapeligo. The guest harbour is in the centre of Risør and there is a blue flag to confirm its location.

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Stangholmen Lighthouse

Stangholmen is a little island out of Risør that has great swimming areas and a lighthouse with a restaurant and bar. It is also the location where the fyrjam festival is held each summer.

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Øisang wooden car ferry

M/F Øisang is Norway's oldest wooden ferry. It was built in Moen in Risør in 1950 and has been in operation ever since. The ferry runs between Risør city and Øysang. It is certified for 60 passengers and three cars. Øysang ferry is not just a mode of transport, it is also a tourist attraction.
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