Find providers and contact information
Nature attractions in Southern Norway
Showing 1-10 of 135 results
A vigorous and "mystical" nature park beneath the precipitous Ravneheia.
Dvergsøya and Stokken are public recreational areas with bathing places, landing stages and toilets.
On the island of Flekkerøy there are several areas with small beaches and hiking trails that are reserved for outdoor recreation purposes.
Jegerberg is a large forest close to town with lakes and marked trails.
Saltholmen Lighthouse - the islets were used early in the 19th century for the extraction of sea salt. Lighthouse from 1882, manned until 1952 when it was automated.
Lindesnes Lighthouse is Norway’s oldest (1656), occupying the southernmost tip of the Norwegian mainland – 2518 km from the North Cape.
The Dorgefoss waterfall is an impressive gorge and waterfall located between Omlid and Handeland in Sirdal
Uranienborg, or Torjusheia, as the correct name is, is a wonderful and popular viewpoint in the city, 62 meters over sea level.
The name Uranienborg...
Go for a walk (approx. 3 km) on the former island naval base of Odderøya, now a recreation area, in Kristiansand. Walk on idyllic sign-posted paths with excellent views of the eastern harbour, Cristiansholm Fortress (1672) and the leisure boat marinas. The island has a very interesting military history with remnants of old ramparts, thegunpowder store, an old isolation hospital and other buildings from the 18th century onwards. Odderøya was also used as a quarantineharbour in the 1830s and was the largest quarantine station in Northern Europe.
Rafossen is a waterfall located seven kilometres from Kvinesdal town centre. It is a powerful waterfall with a 42 metre drop.
You can also find travel offers in detailed map of Norway