Ready to explore some of Norway’s most charming fortress towns, before you wind down by the sea?
Or see edgy contemporary art and prehistoric rock-carving sites in the forest?
If so, Østfold is the perfect place for you!
Now, hit the beach! The Hvaler islands is the place for idyllic seaside experiences.
Here, sunscreen, a swimsuit, and your coolest pair of sunglasses are all you really need.
And remember: the ocean breeze is a natural stress reliever all year round.
Are you a fan of contemporary art?
If so, you must visit the coastal town of Moss and Jeløy peninsula. The art gallery F15 offers not only high-quality art experiences – you need to taste the Albykringle in the café!
Afterwards, you can digest on the beautiful coastal paths …
... go for a bike ride through the beautiful alleys of maple trees ...
Sarpsborg was founded by King Olaf Haraldsson of Norway in 1016 when he was unable to pass the waterfall Sarpefossen by boat.
Considering that Sarpefossen has one of the largest water flows of any European waterfall, we can’t really blame him …