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Reddalsvann Nature Reserve is an important biotope for mute swans and various duck species. With its lush belt of reeds, the banks of the lake provide...
This conservation area, located in Landvik, was established in 1973 with the aim to preserve its beautiful oak forest typical for the region. The...
A majestic hardwood forest covers some 60% of the reserve, and stretches all the way down to the brook Sævelibekken. The forest is dominated by oak,...
Hasseltangen and Søm-Ruakerkilen form part of a moraine ridge - the region’s most prominent and distinct glacial deposit from the last Ice Age. The...
Auesøya island is located on the Lillesand border, and can only be reached by boat. Some 175 acres have been given protected status in order to...
Marivold offers sandy beaches, a rocky shoreline and ample parking for day visitors. Wildlife area abundant in orchids. Tarmac path to the sea.
This has probably been the main route between Beisland and Reddal for at least 1500 years – long before it got the name “Kjørkeveg” some 800 years ago....
The Boating Code of Conduct:
• Think safety.
Knowledge and planning will reduce the risk and increase the enjoyment.
• Bring any necessary equipment....
There is something special about summer in Grimstad. Lazy days enjoying the smooth rocky shore, idyllic town walks along narrow lanes, visits to...
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