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Visit Farsund and the Lista region

The Farsund and the Lista region is located on the southern coast of Norway with a history of piracy dating back to the 1800's when the locals fought the invading British ships. The region has the best beaches in southern Norway for surfing and bird watching, fantastic festivals and numerous hiking possibilities.
 
Surfing Lista Farsund
Surfing in Lista Farsund
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Piracy History in Farsund
Kaperbyen Farsund
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American Festival Farsund Norway
American Festival Farsund
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Do not miss out on the two biggest events in Farsund

Getting to and from Farsund

Car: To get to Farsund from Stavanger, Kristiansand or Oslo, visitors need to use the E39 highway. From Oslo the journey is 5.5 hours, from Stavanger 2.5 hours and from Kristiansand 1.5 hours.

Bus: There are no buses that go direct to Farsund from Stavanger and Kristiansand. The Lavprisekspressen goes from Kristiansand to Lyngdal which is 20 minutes from Farsund. Norway Bussekspress also has a route from Kristiansand to Flekkefjord or Lyngdal  and Stavanger to Flekkefjord or Lyngdal.

Train: There are no trains to Farsund but the train from Stavanger to Kristiansand stops at Snartemo which is 40 minutes from Farsund.

Air: There is an international airport at Stavanger and Kristiansand. At both airports there are car hire services. There are two Norwegian Airlines that operate international flights from these airports including Widerøe and SAS.

American Festival Farsund Norway
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American Festival Farsund.
Photo: Adam Read @ Visit Sørlandet

Amerikansk bil på festivalen

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American Festival Farsund.
Photo: Adam Read @ Visit Sørlandet

Map of Farsund and Lista

Click on the appropriate box to find the various locations on the map. If using a mobile device, you will see a red icon to show the map location.

Activities and attractions
Enjoy a walk on an unused road passing by fjords, protected forests and old bridges in Farsund Southern Norway. The old road In 1904 a driving route… Read more
Hiking Bøensbakken
Lista Bird Observatory was founded in 1990, and runs campaigns with standardized mist netting and daily migration counts in the Lista Lighthouse area.… Read more
Bird watching in Lista
At a little quaint location next to Havika beach on the beautiful coastline in Lista, lays a newly built hut with large windows overlooking the sand… Read more
The Light of Lista
The Nordberg Fort was built by the Germans during World War 2. This fort is one of the few coastal forts built by the Germans that is preserved in its… Read more
Nordberg Fort
Farsund Tourist Information can be found in the town centre at Torvgata 2, surrounded by pleasant and attractive shops and cafés. The Tourist Office… Read more
Farsund Tourist Information
In the centre of Farsund lies an amazing lookout on a hill that you can walk up to the top of in about 15 minutes. The top of the hill is called… Read more
Varbak panoramic lookout point
Accommodation
Farsund Fjordhotel is situated right outside Farsund city centre. Besides lodging, the hotel has facilities for parties, activities and… Read more
Farsund Fjordhotell
Lista Lighthouse offers two newly redecorated, unique apartments that are rented out throughout the year; “Skarven” and “Myrsnipa”. Each apartment is… Read more
Lista Lighthouse lodging
The Farsund marina is a place where you can park your boat and enjoy the scenery. With beautiful mountains in the background, old houses, flowers and… Read more
Farsund guest marina
Lista Flypark is located in Farsund municipality, along road 463 at Lista. Former Lista Airport has now been developed to an industrial park and here… Read more
Lista Flypark - Hotell & Apartments
The camping is located on an attractive and quiet field along Lomsesanden beach, and right outside you’ll find the idyllic skerries of Farsund. You… Read more
Lomsesanden Familycamping
The Lista beaches
Havik beach is located in Lista just outside Farsund in Southern Norway and is one of the most popular beaches in the region. White sand and dunes… Read more
Havik Beach Lista
Here you can go for long walks, swim, play and watch the birdlife. The Lista Beaches are also the best in the country for windsurfing and kiting.… Read more
The Lista beaches
Lista Bird Observatory was founded in 1990, and runs campaigns with standardized mist netting and daily migration counts in the Lista Lighthouse area.… Read more
Bird watching in Lista
At a little quaint location next to Havika beach on the beautiful coastline in Lista, lays a newly built hut with large windows overlooking the sand… Read more
The Light of Lista
The Nordberg Fort was built by the Germans during World War 2. This fort is one of the few coastal forts built by the Germans that is preserved in its… Read more
Nordberg Fort
Lista Lighthouse offers two newly redecorated, unique apartments that are rented out throughout the year; “Skarven” and “Myrsnipa”. Each apartment is… Read more
Lista Lighthouse lodging
Lomsesanden is an excellent sandy beach suitable for the whole family. The water is shallow and the beach is sheltered from the west winds.… Read more
Lomsesanden
American culture
It did not take long for the name of the 8th Avenue Bar&Supper Club to cross Norway's borders, the positive reports communicated by satisfied guests… Read more
8th Avenue Bar&Supper Club
Farsund is Southern Norway at its best. And it is precisely here Route 8 begins. Farsund city meets you first as a typical white Southern town, but by… Read more
Route 8
There are some apartments in Vanse Farsund that are furnished and equipped with American appliances, carpets and just about everything else that is… Read more
Apartment No 9, Museum and exhibition
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    Farsund has a vast history

    The uniquely varied cultural landscape also contains ancient tracks dating back to the Neolithic period. The municipality is one of the richest in terms of historical relics and also has many well prepared footpaths. There are fishing opportunities in many areas, both inland and at sea.
     

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