Evje is the places to visit if you like outdoor activities. 1 hour drive from Kristiansand you will find activities such as rafting, climbing, go carting, safari and a elk park.
Sørlandet Feriesenter "Southern Norway holiday centre" is a family camp site with lots of activities, located…More
Farsund Resort, a holiday resort with traditional cabins and attractive guest harbour, nestles in an idyllic…More
Tregde Ferie is located in an idyllic setting with views of the Tregde archipelago just east of Mandal.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.
The Skagerrak coast in Southern Norway offers ample opportunities for deep-sea fishing and the rivers are famous for the wild salmon.
Lindesnes Lighthouse is Norway's oldest dating back to 1656. It occupies the southernmost tip of the Norwegian…More
Visit Lista lighthouse. In addition to the lighthouse tower, you'll find a visitor centre, tourist information…More
Lista Lighthouse offers two newly redecorated apartments which are available for rent throughout the year.…More
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.
Southern Norway will be home to the world's largest and Europe's first underwater restaurant.
Visit Norway’s southernmost point, ride a vintage train and explore the nature in Southern Norway.
Take a drive along the North Sea Road, explore the Lysefjord and Pulpit Rock, and enjoy southern culture in the many villages along the coast.
Cultural heritage museums in Southern Norway. The museum union includes nine museums, located close to each other in the south of Norway.
Find out where to eat in Southern Norway, from the top-rated restaurants on Trip Advisor to coffee bars and cafés.
It is a large number of festivals in Southern Norway. In the summer time focused on music and local food and many smaller events throughout the year.
The Setesdal valley is centrally located in Southern Norway and easily accessible from continental Europe. In the winter you can choose between two skiing destinations; Brokke and Hovden.
Visit Lyngdal in Southern Norway and go fishing, shopping, hiking or swimming at Sorlandsbadet and find accommodation at Rosfjord Strandhotell.
Kristiansand is the southernmost city in Norway. Kristiansand is also declared the children's city, because of all the funny activities for all the family.
Hotels, restaurants and things to do in Arendal, Southern Norway.
In Tvedestrand you can stroll between white wooden houses on narrow cobbled streets with a bookshop on every corner.
In 2015, Lyngør was number one on the list "top ten 'lesser known' European islands to visit by British newspaper The Guardian.
Think of Grimstad, and you think of skerries, white-painted wooden houses, festivals, good food, and summer atmosphere. Enjoy lazy days in the sun, a bicycle ride, or a visit to one of the museums in town.
The official webpage for the southern most part of Norway, the Lindesnes region. Find out what to do, what to see, where to stay, what's on, shopping and restaurants in Mandal, Lindesnes, Marnardal, Audnedal and Åseral.
Experience Flekkefjord: Ride a rail bike through 17 tunnels, visit Hidra or the Dutch Quarter, go hiking or shopping or just relax by the fjords.
Visit the Farsund and Lista region in Southern Norway and experience hiking, Lista lighthouse, American festival and other attractions.
Risør is a small town along the coastline of Southern Norway, 1,5 hours east of Kristiansand. Risør is known as "the wooden house town" and has a rich coastal culture heritage.
Visit Kvinesdal in Southern Norway. Go hiking, fishing or golfing. Learn about american heritage and Norwegian ancestors.
Lillesand is the town of the sailing ships and white painted wooden houses, situated just 20 minutes east of Kristiansand.