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Find providers and contact information Bathing in Southern Norway

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Arendal

Stinta baths

The public baths at Stinta has Arendal's only 25-metre pool, and a sauna. The baths are open from the beginning of September to the beginning of June.

Hovden i Setesdal

Hegni recreation area in Hovden

The Hegni recreation area is located by the lake Hartevatn, approx. 1 km from the centre of Hovden. Here you find hiking paths, playground equipment, t...

Tonstad

Tonstad pool

The Tonstad Bath was opened in January 2012 and can boast with modern facilities. There are two separate pools, one for swimming and one for relaxing.

Lyngdal

Sørlandsbadet - indoor water park in Lyngdal

Sørlandsbadet is a water park in Lyngdal that has a small and shallow pool for small children, diving boards and a deep pool for older kids and adults and a wave pool with countercurrent canal. The centre also offers massage, physiotherapy and restaurant facilities.

Kristiansand S

Aquarama Bad

Situated directly at the town beach in Kristiansand you find Aquarama - Kristiansand's new adventure and activity centre.

Hamresanden

Water slide at Hamresanden Resort

The water slide is no sea monster, though you might feel a tickle in your stomach by the sight of it.

Byglandsfjord

Neset Camping

With its 1600-metre shoreline consisting of sandy beaches and smooth rocks, Neset Camping is excellent for those who enjoy the wet element. Every summe...

Flekkefjord

Rixen Watersport Centre

Norway’s very first cable-pull used for water skiing and wake boarding activities. Bring your friends and family along for a fun-filled and unforgettable day on the water.

Hornnes

Paradisbukta beach at the Mineralpark

Paradisbukta is a beach next to the Mineralpark and Klatreskogen climbing forest in Evje.
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