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The white-painted wooden houses in Mandal in the Lindesnes region, Southern Norway
Mandal in the Lindesnes region.
Photo: Ingvild Kolnes / Turistkontoret for Lindesnesregionen
A family of three in front of Lindesnes lighthouse in Southern Norway
Family holiday at Lindesnes lighthouse.
Photo: Peder Austrud / Visit Sørlandet
Food at the restaurant Under in the Lindesnes region, Southern Norway
The restaurant Under in the Lindesnes region.
Photo: Hildegunn Skage Teinum
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From close encounters with the weather and long forest walks to the underwater restaurant “Under” and charming white-painted wooden houses – this region is Southern Norway in a nutshell.

At the southernmost tip of Norway, Lindesnes is the epitome of coastal life. To fully immerse yourself in the elements, you can spend the night in Norway’s oldest lighthouse.

Not only is Lindesnes a certified Sustainable Destination. It has also claimed worldwide fame through the underwater gourmet restaurant Under. Make sure you book a table well in advance for one of the most memorable meals of your life.

From forest walks and bike rides to relaxing beach life, the region offers plenty of activities and nature experiences. The culture buff will also enjoy the many small and quirky museums.

Less than an hour’s drive from Lindesnes lies the city of Mandal. Here, you’ll find the white-painted wooden houses and charming narrow streets that characterize the small towns of Southern Norway.

Mandal is also a place for live music, festivals, food, and, not least the 800-metre long city beach Sjøsanden. Nearby, the beautiful large nature park Furulunden is perfect for kids, with playgrounds both between the trees and in the water.

Get in-depth travel information​ on Lindesnes’ official website.

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Top attractions in Lindesnes

Historical sites and cultural gems – explore some of the highlights.

Where to stay

From comfy hotels to cosy cabins. Find your home away from home in Lindesnes.

Food and drink

From local food gems to high-end restaurants. Get a taste of what Lindesnes offers.

Events in Lindesnes

From festivals and concerts to shows and exhibitions. See what’s on!

Getting to Lindesnes

Get in-depth travel information​ on Lindesnes’ official website.
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Top attractions in Lindesnes
Lindesnes Lighthouse is Norway's oldest dating back to 1656. It occupies the southernmost tip of the Norwegian mainland – 2518 km from the North… Read more
Lindesnes Lighthouse
The secret is that you will always be able to find a beach that is sheltered from the weather and the wind, regardless of which way the wind is… Read more
Sjøsanden beach
Adventure Norway in Marnardal offers great activities in a beautiful and quiet environment. Read more
Adventure Norway
The museum is home to southern Norway's largest fish exhibition. Read more
Mandal museum
The childhood home of the artists Gustav and Emanuel Vigeland in Mandal. Read more
Vigeland hus (Vigeland House)
In summer the Ryvingens Venner association is responsible for accommodation at the lighthouse Read more
Ryvingen Lighthouse
Minne Åseral kultursenter is the gathering point for all the inhabitants of Åseral. Read more
Minne - Åseral kultursenter
Mandalselva Villakssenter is Norway's largest aquarium for North Atlantic wild salmon, and we open to the public on June 6, 2020! Read more
Mandalselva Villakssenter
In the Lindesnes Region we have four skiing centers located around in the mountains and one in Mandal, near the coast. Read more
Skiing Center in Lindesnes
Uranienborg is a wonderful and popular viewpoint where you can the whole city and out to the sea, 62 meters over sea level. Read more
Uranienborg - the viewing point
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    • Lindesnes train

      By train

      The train between Oslo and Stavanger stops at Breland, Marnardal, and Audnedal in Lindesnes.

    • Lindesnes bus

      By bus

      Express buses operate daily services to Lindesnes from Oslo, Kristiansand and Stavanger.

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    • Lindesnes car

      By car

      If you are travelling from Oslo, you can drive the E6 to Kristiansand and onwards on the E39 to Lindesnes.

      From Stavanger, the E39 takes you all the way to Lindesnes.

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    • Lindesnes boat

      By boat

      There are good ferry links from Denmark to Kristiansand. From there, you can take the train or bus to Lindesnes.

    • Lindesnes local

      Local travel

      A well-developed bus network makes it easy to get around in Lindesnes.

      If you want to see Lindesnes on two wheels, the beautiful North Sea Cycle Route follows the coast through the region.

    • Lindesnes plane - INT

      By plane

      The closest airport is Kristiansand Airport 57 kilometres from Mandal.

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    Towards sustainability

    The certification Sustainable Destination is a seal of approval given to destinations that work systematically to reduce the negative impact of tourism. In addition to providing visitors with enjoyable experiences, the destination must preserve the local nature, culture and environment, strengthen social values, and be economically viable. The municipality and the travel industry must cooperate closely to assure that the destination is a great place both to live in and to visit.

    Find out more about sustainable destinations in Norway

    Sustainable destination

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