The main camping season in Southern Norway lasts from May until September. However, some of the camping sites offer accommodation all year. They have a wide selection of accommodation alternatives, whether you have a tent, a camper, a caravan, or you need to rent a room, a cabin or an apartment for the night.
Most camping sites are located along the coastline, with their own beach and the skerries just outside. Playgrounds, swimming pools and different water activities are part of the experience.
A selection of the camping sites are more secluded from the coastline. Here things are moving at a slow pace, the air is comfortably cool in the summertime, and you can get closer to both elk and beaver.
These are perfect stops on travels to or from the coastline, and not to mention the perfect choice if you wish to paddle in a calm mountain lake, pick blueberries in the woods or search for the king of the forest, the elk, in the summer night.
Sørlandet Feriesenter "Southern Norway holiday centre" is a family camp site with lots of activities, located…More
Open all year! Neset Camping is a peaceful, 4-star campsite situated in beautiful surroundings on a headland…More
Skottevik, the most popular holiday centre in the South of Norway is located along the southern coast between…More
Hamre camping is locatedby the 3 km long beach Hamresanden. Close to Kristiansand Zoo and Kristiansand Kjevik…More
Camping, cottages and apartments in scenic surroundings in beautiful Sørfjorden.More
Tingsaker Family Camping is located right in the middle of Southern Norway with a 5 minutes walk to Lillesand…More
5-star campsite with own beachMore
This campsite is located by the Hellefjord, about 6 km from the centre of Kragerø, and is surrounded by…More
Explore the coastline in Southern Norway by boat, car or bike. Visit the outports by a local ferry and explore the secluded beaches and archipelago.
Raet is Southern Norway’s national park. Raet National Park extends from Grimstad, through Arendal and on to Lyngør in Tvedestrand. The park was created in 2016 to protect this special natural area.