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Fjord Norway Stavanger

El cars - Etours Ryfylke

  • Strandkaien 61, Stavanger turistinformasjon/Stavanger tourist information, Stavanger
  • +47 41192669
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Overview

Go exploring with our fun, green, electric twizy cars. We guarantee your smile all the way. One el car for two people for a fixed price depending on the length of your tour. Rent them at the tourist information in Stavanger.

Experience Stavanger and Ryfylke on your own, at your pace and make your own adventure. Visit the beautiful islands of Ryfylke with our new and fun, green electric cars!

Explore Stavanger and Ryfylke
We have cars available in both Stavanger and Rennesøy to ensure the best starting point for your trip. The Ryfylke islands Finnøy, Talje and Rennesøy are all connected by tunnels, making travelling between them easy. Apart from the main island, Finnøy includes as many as 16 smaller isles, all of them connected by either brigde, tunnel or ferries. Three of Rogaland’s ten medieval churches are found on these islands, with Talgje church from 1140, Hestby church from 1200 and Sørbø church from 1130. The famous Utstein Monastery at Rennesøy, is Norway’s best-preserved monastery. In addition, Fjøløy fort, Fjøløy lighthouse and Bru cultural trail are worth a visit.

Rennesøy consists of eight islands, which are referred to as “The green isles” due to their botanical diversity. Rennesøy is the Norwegian municipality with the highest number of registered cultural heritage sights, including old ruins, tombs, rock art, stone crosses and Viking boat-houses.

With Stavanger as your point of departure, the national monument Swords in rock (Sverd i fjell) is an essential stop. This was where Harold Fairhair gathered all of Norway under one crown in year 872. In addition, the ferry to Tau leaves from Fiskepiren in Stavanger city centre, if you would like to visit the spectacular Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock).

Make your stay in Stavanger unforgettable with our practical and environmentally friendly electric cars!


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