The charming little town of Kragerø is set in beautiful surroundings with a fabulous cluster of islands just off the coast. No less than 495 islands, islets and reefs are waiting for you to explore.
Kragerø lies furthest south in the county of Telemark and is home to some 11,000 residents. The atmosphere of Kragerø is an attraction in itself. Narrow streets and alleyways spread from the harbour through the town, with galleries and parks within easy walking distance.
Art and culture have long traditions in Kragerø. The coastal area’s unique light has inspired many artist, amongst them Edvard Munch and his “The Sun” and “History” for the University of Oslo.
The area abounds with opportunities for an active holiday. The surrounding district and the larger islands are ideal for tours on bicycle and scenic boat rides.
Jomfruland and Skåtøy are perfect for island-hopping with bicycles. Their landscapes are flat and easy to cycle on, and you can find places to swim almost anywhere. Other popular activities include canoeing, golf, sea rafting, and fishing.
Charming cafés, specialty shops, bars and restaurants lie side by side along most of the town’s narrow streets and lanes. Several of the restaurants and cafés can be found in the inner harbour and marina area, and all summer long concerts featuring top national and international artists are arranged in Kragerø. There are several options for getting to the area.
Find more inspiration on Kragerø’s official website.
Berg is a charming manor house in Louis XVI style from 1803. The house used to belong to the family Homann in…More
Kragerø Ridesenter is run by Helle and Trond Clemmetsen with children Kaisa, Jarl and Mads. Helle and Trond…More
The actual forest tour starts at Kalstad. It´s possible to park near the supermarket Kiwi and follow the…More
Gunnarsholmen was originally an old coastal fortress built for the protection Kragerø back in the 18th and…More
Kittelsenhuset is a part of Telemark Museum. It is situated in the centre of Kragerø, among charming narrow…More
Proshop is located on one of Norway's best golf courses by Kragerø Resort on Stabbestad. We are a part of the…More
Located 4 kilometers from Fikkjebakke in Sannidal you can find the Tourism Associations cabin. A large parking…More
Welcome to our outdoor swimming pool at Lovisenberg Familiecamping. In 2001 Lovisenberg Familiecamping built a…More
You find the oldest densely built-up areas of Kragerø County in Kil and Sannidal. There are more than old…More
Skåtøy is the largest island in the archipelago of Kragerø, with a Montessori school and about 250 residents.…More
Utterly located on Levang, totally out at sea, you will find Stangnes. The property was by the end of the…More
The coastal path in Kragerø is part of a project that starts in Oslo and ends in Stavanger. The idea for this…More
Blooming of the anemones are mostly everywhere in Southern Norway at spring time. But on the island Jomfruland…More
About Munch in Kragerø In May 1909 sailed a coastal boat into the Kragerøfjord. Onboard was the painter Edvard…More
Kragerø Cinema is located in Gamle Kragerøvei 4, in a distinctive functionalist building from the 1930s,…More
Kragerø Rib offers customised tours for you and your company. Sea rafting in beautiful nature combined with…More
Geocaching is an international activity, and worldwide is over 2 million geocaches hidden in the cities and in…More
The Kragerø Art Association is a voluntary organization with "art mediation" as a main task. Their members has…More
The large sandbank in Western Sannidal was made by the thick glacier that covered Norway about 10,000 years…More
Evas Hage is a warm, lush and slightly different florist. Eva is a trained florist and have extensive…More
Paddling is a great way to relax from a hectic workaday life. You get close to nature where you can enjoy…More
Experience the Virgin Island (Jomfruland) by bike. At the intersection at Tårnbrygga on the main road you can…More
Experience the Virgin Island (Jomfruland) by bike. At the intersection at Tårnbrygga on the main road you can…
The Kragerø archipelago offers several great fishing opportunities. Among common species are Cod, Pollock, Sea…More
To get to Skåtøy you can either take a ferry or a taxiboat. From the ferry landing Skåtøyroa to "Korset" is a…More
Krikken Coastal Fort, a German construction from World War 2 is also well worth visiting. Start at Skåtøy and,…More
Optician Vestøl AS is a local Optician in Kragerø. With us you will find everything from affordable packages…More
The world's biggest Playmobil Collector founded the Playmobil shop in Kragerø in cooperation with the…More
Kragerø Resort is beautifully placed on the peninsula of Stabbestad and includes one of Scandinavia´s most…More
Victoria Hotel opened its door in 1910. Since then it has accommodated a load of tourists, business people and…More
Portør Hytteutleie is located at Portør Harbour that used to have pilot and custom station. You can drive on a…More
Lovisenberg Familiecamping stretches its area over 220,000 m3. This camping ground is located by the Helle…More
Portør Pensjonat has 10 rooms with a total of 20 beds. In addition, we have two small cabins that with 3 and 4…More
Kragerø Sportell & Appartments is a sporty and reasonable alternative. We are located in a pleasant…More
Gumøy is one of the largest islands in the Kragerø archipelago. The island is well hidden in the inner side of…More