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Sartor is one of Norway's largest shopping centres, boasting 112 establishments including restaurants, tax-free shops, post office, pharmacy and banks. It was named "shopping centre of the year" in 2006. A tourist information centre can also be found at the centre.
Krabbevika is a hideaway holiday home just fifty meters from the sea, atop a cliff, with stunning views across the ocean. The cabin, which is close to Bergen, has a west-facing terrace, perfect for barbecuing the day's fishing catch and watching the sun set over the ocean.
For the inhabitants of Sotra’s coastline, fishing was their livelihood. In the 1870s, a herring and mackerel saltery was built on Langøy. The Langøy sa...
The distinctive sound of a nine-iron resonating through the archipelago. The ball glowing white against the blue horizon, before it disappears behind rocky ridge. Breathe the fresh sea air on the fairway, surrounded by fields of heather. Playing golf in this rugged, coastal countryside is such a wonderful experience, you’re sure to return time and time again. The short distance from Bergen means you can easily be a lawyer before lunch and golf player in the afternoon. Welcome to Kobbeltveit Golf and Nature park.
6-12 meter high vertical wall. Climb on wooden lists of various sizes. The wall is fairly sheltered and is a good option when it’s windy.
A small wall but with very high rock quality. It has decent, slightly overhanging rock faces. The wall is west facing and has sun from about 3pm.
Traditional, freshly-baked bread is available direct from our wood-burning oven each Saturday. Come and enjoy a totally different shopping experience at Urtemakeriet.
Festung Norwegen. In 1942, Hitler gave the order to build the Atlantic Wall, a 2.685km, continuous coastal defence that stretched from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Pyrenees in the south. It was built to defend German-occupied Europe against invasion from the British.
The trail starts at Fjell Church and continues through Gjerdet Cultural Heritage Estate. Gjerdet housed German commanders and soldiers during the Second World War. From Gjerdet follow the path that Russian prisoners of war climbed each day, when they were forced to work on the German’s new fortress. Once you’ve reached the top, you can take a tour inside the mountain and experience one of the largest fortifications in Northern Europe. The trip is about. 1 km, and takes approx. 30 minutes.