National Tourist Route Ryfylke is 183 kilometres, and passes through Ryfylke on the Rv. 13 and Fv. 520 from Oanes at the Lysefjord to Hårå in Røldal. The tourist route invites you to a meeting with Fjord Norway where you get to explore a diverse, gorgeous and lush landscape, where green, tranquil archipelagos and mesmerising cultural landscapes are followed by stone screes, well-polished cliffs, fjords and mountains. The most famous attractions along the route are Lysefjord, Preikestolen and Kjerag, however you will also find resting areas in fantastic nature and historical sites making the route an attraction in its own right.
National Tourist Route Jæren - vast skies, wide horizons and endless sea, constantly changing weather and light, miles of sandy beaches and sand dunes followed by pebbles and salmon rivers. This is Norway’s outdoor pantry with intensive agriculture in a flat, wide stretched and well-kept cultural landscape in an area with mild climate all year round. National Tourist Route Jæren runs from Ogna to Bore and is 41 kilometres long.
Sokndal is the first municipality in the Nordic countries to become a member of the International movement Cittaslow. The idea was slowing down the pace and prioritise quality of life and the good life. In Sokndal you are allowed to be different and slightly silly. They host their very own week of love, organised every autumn where the focus is on the little things in life. Sogndalstrand in Sokndal, is the only community in Norway where both the wooden houses from the 17-1800’s as well as the surrounding cultural landscapes are listed. They have no tourists here – only guests!
South in the region, in Dalane, is the Magma Unesco Geopark, where you can find exciting geological surroundings that you otherwise would go to the moon to witness! Visit our region to walk on “moon” rocks.
There are endless opportunities for an active holiday in the entire region. Just to mention some; canoeing, kayaking, fishing, salmon safari, surfing, kiting, climbing, ZIP line, rappelling, SUP, boating, skiing, cycling, hiking or extreme sports such as base jumping or paragliding. Norway’s best surfing conditions are actually found along the Jæren beaches in the Stavanger region, making it possible for large tournaments such as Eurosurf and Eurosurf Junior to organise their events there.
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Romsdal Folk Museum expanded with new building
One of the largest and most comprehensive folk museums in Norway is located only a 10 minutes’ walk from the town centre of Molde. The new building opened in 2016, and houses local art,...
The Ytterøyane lighthouse The Ytterøyane lighthouse, the biggest in Sunnfjord, was built in 1881, and has withstood hurricanes and airplane attacks. Since 2003 the light house has been automated. A coast and seaward entrance lighthouse The round,...
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Well kept hotel at Hjelle with view over Strynevatnet lake, built in 1896. Restaurant. Sauna. Rowing boats. Bicycle hire. Fjord pass at motel. 30 rooms.
Welcome to the most cozy surf shop in the world!
Ervik Surfshop is located between steep mountains, with a beautiful view over the water, on the way down to the best surf spot at Stadt – Ervik. This bohemian surf shop is a tourist attraction it...
The English built villa Nyheim Lodge is situated in Gjøra, where you take off towards Åmotan and Grøvudalen. The lodge has kept its original interiors and runs a summer restaurant featuring homemade food and beer, wine and spirits. With some luck...
The beach house at Ølberg youĺl find in unique surrondings on the beach. It is only 20 minutes from Stavanger, 12 minutes from Sandnes and 10 minutes from the airport. the Restaurant is OPEN EVERY DAY from 11.00 (Mon-Sat) and from 13.00 on Sundays...
Norsk Tindesenter is a modern experience centre of the Norwegian climbing and mountaineering history.
Explore and learn about Norwegian climbing and mountaineering history
At Norsk Tindesenter you will find modern and interactive exhibits about...
Tahiti Festival - Norway's most enjoyable festival! At Innlandet island in Kristianansund is an old wharf, Tahihtibrygga, where the annual festival takes place. The first Tahiti festival was born in 2000, with 500 visitors on Dødelanden Cafè and a...
Kristiansund Church, Art and Culture Festival is a big cultural event with breadth and variation.
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Grand Terminus is centrally located in the city center opposite the railway station and bus station. Charming hotel with an elegant, classic style.
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With Hotel Loenfjord as a base in Loen we have a perfect start to climb summits like Skåla, Storskredfjellet or maybe Rindalshyrna. And now we've got the new Kvivsveien road which have given us bigger possibilities for skitouring in the area around...
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The Vikings have conquered Hollywood and are now returning home to Norway. Join us and meet the Vikings!
With the recent hit series like The History Channel’s «Vikings» and the BBC’s «The Last Kingdom», the popularity of all things Viking has...
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A restaurant for memorable culinary experiences and a cosy atmosphere, both in- and outdoor. The bar features an open hearth and a modern café. Great view over Smedasundet Sound.
In addition to be a great restaurant, Lothe's offers events such as...
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Bjørnefjorden Gjestetun located is right in the heart of Fjord Norway, 30 minutes south of Bergen. Old farmhouse which has become a beautiful hotel with 38 rooms.
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A first-class hotel in classical style in the heart of Bergen. Centrally located with buses, ferries and trains within walking distance.
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Bergen's Tourist Information Centre is situated in Strandkaien near by the Fish Market. In these beautiful and spacious surroundings, information is available about what to do in Bergen and all of Fjord Norway. Besides obtaining free help and...
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Hotel Hordaheimen is located in the city centre in a quiet, peaceful street in the heart of Bergen. Renowned for our traditional home-cooked Norwegian cuisine.