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At the west side of the island Sandsøy in Sande municipality, the intriguing cave Dollsteinshol lies. This is one of the largest and most peculiar caves in Norway, and is has been mentioned in historic documents for centuries.
The cave is 180 metres long, and has got 5 rooms that are separated by long and narrow passages. You need to be dressed appropriately and bring the necessary equipment to explore the cave, since the trip inside includes climbing over walls of 3-4 metres, crawling, and holding on to a rope down a 50 metres long hill. Dollsteinhola is a protected area.The cave has got a lot of legends and myths connected to it, and it is said that the English King Arthur buried a lot of treasures in the cave during the 6th century, including The Holy Grail. None of these treasures have been discovered so far, but an exploration of the area is a fun and exciting activity! NB! A local guide is necessery.