Kvåsfossen is a very powerful waterfall with tons of water running down the rapids at a fast rate of speed. From the walk bridge down, it is about 35 metres in a vertical drop. There is a path around the waterfall enabling visitors to get pictures from various angles.
There are many salmon in the river that cannot get to the top because of a large rock blocking the entrance. The local community including the Lista Region came together to build some concrete stairs so the salmon can by pass this rock. There is also a glass viewing area where visitors can watch the salmon as they pass by.
A local man in Lyngdal built the Kvelland Winery in 2010 that is open to the public. There is a bar, conference room and dining area where visitors can enjoy local wine and locals foods. Visitors can also purchase wine, local jams and foods and memorabilia and wine making tools.
Kvåstunet is an old school which has recently been converted into an activity centre with accommodation for up to 120 people. There are view of mountains, the Lygna river and its location is convenient for people travelling to the Lista region and beyond.
The Øyna camping grounds are located close to Kvåfossen and have power connections available for camper vans and tents. There are also toiletry facilities and tables and chairs by the river.