As most coastal areas are free and open to the public, Norwegians have a short, but intense love affair with the seaside during summer. A myriad of beaches are located in the south, while some very unique ones can be found in the west and north.
Beaches on the Bygdøy peninsula with big crowds on sunny summer days. Snack bar open in summer. The area is…More
Bystranda is a nice sandy beach with swim pier, sun deck and palm trees - ideal for children. In addition,…More
Orrestranden beach is three km long. Toilets and sale of food at the recreation centre, Friluftshuset where…More
Popular swimming spot at Lønborg, two kilometres north of the NHH college. Sandy beach, smooth rocks and…More
The long-stretching beach at Åkrasanden invites one to go bathing in the bright summer days, and not least, to…More
Sjøbadet! A beatiful and accessible beach in the centre of Moss! Situated next to the Bastø ferries and the…More
Hestesund, Nesøya A small sandy beach with swimming raft and diving board. The beach is mostly used by locals.…More
Life’s a beach, and especially for Frode Goa. Born and raised on the coast of Fjord Norway and with a lifestyle dedicated to surfing, Goa knows more about Norwegian waves and sandbanks than most.
Frode Goa was born in 1976 and grew up in the countryside of Randaberg, Jæren, on the west coast of Norway. With close access to sandy beaches and rolling waves, surfing quickly became a natural part of Goa’s life.
Even though Goa is a man of many passions, and by many Norwegians known as an artist, skater and fashion designer – he is the founder of the clothing retailer Kant – surfing has always been one of his main interests. Goa worked in the first Norwegian surf shop for a decade, and has explored every nook and cranny of the Norway coastline in search of the perfect wave. Today he lives in a beach house in Revtangen, just a stone’s throw from the ocean.
Whether you are chasing waves or not, Frode Goa's favorite local beaches are worth to explore.
"My personal favorite and where I live. The beach is not huge, but very idyllic and great for walking. Revtangen is located north of Orre and south of Reve harbour." Read more about Revtangen.
"This is another safe pick for wave hunters. The beach is also popular among divers, with its “secret” lagoon. Hellestø is surrounded by nice viewpoints, which offer great outlooks over the beach and the ocean." Read more about Hellestø.
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