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Hiking Skrelia Lyngdal Norway.
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Welcome to Lyngdal

Hiking, beaches, salmon fishing, fjords, viking history and mysterious stones are just some of the things on offer in Lyngdal and Hægebostad. Lyngdal extends literally from the sea to the hills, the mountains and fjords and offers adventures throughout. There is a many shopping centres and great possibilities for salmon fishing.

Getting here and around

Car: To get to Lyngdal from Stavanger, use the E39 and Rv42 which takes 2 hours. From Kristiansand or Oslo, use the E39 highway. From Oslo the journey is 5 hours, from Kristiansand 1.5 hours.

Bus: The Lavprisekspressen bus will take you from Stavanger to Lyngdal as well as Oslo or Kristiansand to Lyngdal. 

Train: There are no trains to Lyngdal but the train from Stavanger to and from Kristiansand stops at Moi and Sirdal which are about an hour's drive away from Lyngdal.

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

Map over Lyngdal

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Activities and attractions
Sørlandsbadet is a water park in Lyngdal that has a small and shallow pool for small children, diving boards and a deep pool for older kids and adults… Read more
Sørlandsbadet - Indoor water park in Lyngdal
The salmon staircase in Kvåsfossen - Sørnorsk Laksesenter, consist of concrete stairs built into a 220 metre long tunnel at the Kvås waterfall in… Read more
Salmon staircase Kvåsfossen Lyngdal
Kvåsfossen is one of Southern Norway's largest waterfalls. Read more
Kvåsfossen waterfall Lyngdal
Mydland Farm breeds deers and Scottish highland cattle. Read more
Mydland Gard
Sørlandsbadet turpark (tour park) is a natural outdoor area with activities and exercise machines for the whole family. Read more
Sørlandsbadet turpark
Standing on the top of the waterfall at Skrelia your eyes will follow the veil of water from the mountain top to the fjord below. You are in for a… Read more
Hiking Skrelia in Lyngdal
Hike to viewpoint Månen to get a panoramic view of the fjord Rosfjord and the sea. Read more
Hike to Månen
It was a Royal Decree on 22 May 1906 which granted permission for the chapel to be built. It was to be used for church ceremonies and church services.… Read more
Korshamn church
The Sørlandsbadet waterpark has its own fitness center where visitors can participate in many different activities. Read more
Sørlandsbadet Fitnesscenter
Accommodation
Paulsens Hotel has a unique old style design and atmosphere which is situated in the centre of Lyngdal; 1,5 hour drive from Kristiansand. The hotel… Read more
Paulsens Hotell
Rosfjord Strandhotel is a family-friendly hotel in Lyngdal, situated by the beach and the fjord. Read more
Rosfjord Strandhotell
Kvavik Camp is a sheltered and quiet family camping with kid friendly beach close by Lyngdal. It offers accommodation in cottages and apartments, as… Read more
Camp Lyngdal
Kvåstunet is an old school and large property that has been converted into accommodation for up to 125 guests including cabins and rooms. There are… Read more
Kvåstunet Accommodation
Lygna river
Kvåsfossen is one of Southern Norway's largest waterfalls. Read more
Kvåsfossen waterfall Lyngdal
Kvåstunet is an old school and large property that has been converted into accommodation for up to 125 guests including cabins and rooms. There are… Read more
Kvåstunet Accommodation
Kvavik Camp is a sheltered and quiet family camping with kid friendly beach close by Lyngdal. It offers accommodation in cottages and apartments, as… Read more
Camp Lyngdal
Lucky Strike is an activity center in Lyngdal that offers bowling, billiards, air hockey, good food and drinks. Read more
Lucky Strike Bowling centre
Øyna camping is a small cozy campsite located by the river Lygna below Kvåsfossen. Read more
Øyna Camping Kvåsfossen
Mydland Farm breeds deers and Scottish highland cattle. Read more
Mydland Gard
Hægebostad
Mydland Farm breeds deers and Scottish highland cattle. Read more
Mydland Gard
Explore the mysterious ancient stones in the outer area of the park. Tingvatn historical park and visitor center consists of large display centre,… Read more
Tingvatn Fornminnepark (park and visitor centre)
The Ancient sword is part of the findings from the farm Snartemo. Read more
Ancient Sword Snartemo
Hægebostad Museum is an old farm from the municipality in connection with prehistoric times. Read more
Hægebostad Bygdemuseum
Tourist information can be found in Tingvatn Fornminne Park and Visitor Centre. Read more
Hægebostad tourist information
The Childrens Hiking path "Barnevandrerstien" go from Kvinesdal in the west, to Grimstad in the east. Read more
Hiking for children in Lyngdal - The "child wandering" path
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    Visit Hægebostad

    Hægebostad is an area just outside Lyngdal with ancient stones, Viking history, fishing, waterfalls and accommodation.

    Accommodation in Lyngdal

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