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Read more: Laudal Museum Photo: Marnardal kommune

Marnardal

Laudal Museum

The museum is located by school at Laudal (Riksvei 461). It houses a collection of exhibits from local houses, schools and working life....
Read more: "Bjørketoppen" cabin in Marnardal Photo: Hans Chr. Jacobsen

LINDESNES

"Bjørketoppen" cabin in Marnardal

The cabin has 5 beds and there are 2 more in the outhouse. There is electricity, and hot and cold water, though not drinking water. There is an...
Read more: Elksafari in Marnardal Photo: Ewen Martin

Bjelland

Elksafari in Marnardal

The elk (or moose) is Norway's King of the Forest. So come along on an elk safari! We share a bus with Adventure Norway from Hesså, in Marnardal....
Read more: Climbing and rappelling in Marnardal Photo: Ewen Martin

Bjelland

Climbing and rappelling in Marnardal

Climbing wall and great opportunities for rappelling at Hesså in Marnardal. Qualified instructors. All standards welcome. Book in advance....
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Øyslebø

Høgtun Kultursenter

This cultural centre is situated in Øyslebø. It was originally built in 1922 as a folk high school, and consists of four buildings. The main...
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Marnardal

Mandalselva Laksehytter

Mandalselva Laksehytter are located in idyllic surroundings by river Mandalselva in Marnardal. The cabins were completed in 2007, built especially to...
From 600 NOK pr. night
Read more: Canoeing on the Mandal River Photo: Ewen Martin

Bjelland

Canoeing on the Mandal River

Suitable for all the family. Trips start from Hesså in Marnardal....

Bjelland

Saturday 13 Sep 2014 to Sunday 14 Sep 2014

Mandalriver Salmonfestival

Read more: Høgtun Kultursenter Photo: Sidsel Jørgensen

Øyslebø

Høgtun Kultursenter

Cured meats, traditional Norwegian flatbread, specialities such as “gome” with egg butter and elk sausage served in traditional surroundings at Høgtun....

Øyslebø

Øyslebø church

In 1795, a new church was built in Øyslebø on the site of the old long church. The altarpiece and pulpit are from the original church, and have been...
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