The Stavanger region has a lot to offer - the city with spectacular street art, the Stavanger art museum, some of the best restaurants in Norway, museums for all ages, Old Stavanger, Stavanger cathedral and the street of colours, Fargegaten. All this is within a short distance of countless green islands at Finnøy and Rennesøy, including the absolute gem of an island in the middle of the ocean, Kvitsøy.
If you move further towards the south, and into the fjords, you’ll find Sandnes, with one of Norway’s most famous natural icons, the Kjerag boulder. The contrasts are large when moving further south along the Jæren beaches and Norwegian Scenic Route Jæren, with the ever-changing light that has inspired artists since the dawn of time, mountains, waterfalls and fjords in majestic harmony and lunar landscape in Magma UNESCO Global Geopark, and last, but not least, a winter wonderland in Sirdal. You will not be disappointed.
The Stavanger region has it all!
Crazy Combo on the Edge of Norway
Welcome to the Edge of Norway™. Jæren originally signifies edge. Combined with the several spectacular landscapes and natural phenomena we have in this region; the name Edge of Norway is a fitting match. Find your crazy combo here!