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Hidrasund

Skipperhuset - The Captains House

Romantic seaside accommodation on the island Hidra.

Flekkefjord

Kaffebørsen

"Kaffebørsen" is a cosy coffeeshop, centrally located by the harbour in Flekkefjord. Offers a wide selection of coffee drinks, homemade cakes and light...

Hidrasund

Fedrenes Museum

On the island of Hidra, there is a museum in Rasvåg that reveals the history of the island.

Flekkefjord

The Dutch Town in Flekkefjord

The Dutch quarter is where you find the oldest buildings in Flekefjord. This old part of the town got its name from the extensive trade with Holland from the 1600th until the 1800th centrury. There are few traces left behind from those times.

Åna-Sira

Hiking to the potholes at Brufjell

The horizontal potholes at Brufjell were created during the Ice Age some 20.000 years ago when the sea level was higher. The potholes lie horizontally 20 meters above sea level and are of various sizes and some are so big that people can climb inside them.
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Flekkefjord

The Flekkefjord Church

This octagonal Flekkefjord church was designed H.F.D. Linstow, architect of the Royal Palace in Oslo. The church is open for visitation during summer.

Flekkefjord

Bjørn Ottersen Apartments

The Bjørn Ottersen apartments are located by the sea and are reasonably priced with a short 1.5km distance from the town of Flekkefjord.

Hidrasund

Ladies house

Cozy gift shop that offers coffee and Norweagian bakery. A must-see for tourists to the island! Open every Saturday 10 am - 2 pm ( Jan - Des) Opening hours during summer: Mid- June to mid -August. (12 am -5 pm)

Flekkefjord

Hidra Ferry

The Hidra Ferry operates everyday of the year transporting people and cars from Flekkefjord to Hidra.

Hidrasund

Hågåsen coastal Fort battery Hidra

Hågåsen was built by the Germans in World War 2 to protect the coastline from enemy ships!
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