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Sandefjord

Massage Nordic - Water massage

Unique water massage in Sandefjord! Delicious massage - without undressing! 28 temperate water jets provides a delightful "fingertip" massage from head to toe. Relieves pain, improves blood circulation, reduces stress and softens stiff and sore muscles in just 15 minutes.

Sandefjord

Brodr. Berggren seafood-shop

On of the country's oldest seafood-shop is situated idyllically at the harbour. A rich selection of fish and other seafood.

Sandefjord

Sunday 12 Apr 2015 to Sunday 23 Aug 2015

ed tour of Midtåsen (in NOR)

Guided tour of Midtåsen (in norwegian) The beautiful former home of shipping magnate and philanthropist Anders Jahre is now owned by the Norwegian Gove...

Sandefjord

Folehavna Fort

Coastal paths in Vesterøya offers 25 km marked trails for walkers. The labeling has come about through voluntary agreements with landowners.

Sandefjord

Friday 25 Sep 2015

Bellamy Brothers

Sandefjord

Bath: The Park Bad SPA

Park Spa has a swimmingpool, solarium, gym with everything that is required to keep fit. The Spa also got a full-service saloon and offers everything within comfort and indulgence. Cold and warm dishes are served and there is a bar with all rights.

Sandefjord

Winter Activities

Sandefjord has wonderful conditions for winteractivities this winter with many well-prepared tracks for cross-country skiing, good skating rinks and fun toboggans for the children.

Sandefjord

Thursday 10 Sep 2015

Super Thursday!

Super Thursday! Shops open until 8 p.m....

Sandefjord

The Yxney and coastal path at Østerøya

The coastal path at Østerøya offers 20 km marked trails for walkers. The trail is marked from the throw at the head of Mefjorden and from Røyseløkka.

Sandefjord

The Whaling Monument

Sandefjord's most famous sculpture is a memorial to whaling, created by Knut Steen at the end of the 1950s. The whaling monument shows whalers with oars in an open boat, with harpoons ready and water spraying.
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