Brusand is home to one of the most pronounced and distinct geological landscape divides in the country. The station village is located in the transition from the flat Jæren to the rocky landscape of Dalane.
Brusand has a seven-kilometre-long sandy beach with white sand, clear water and sheltered dunes. Here you can swim, kite and surf. Behind the dunes, you'll find a low-lying wetland and the coastal lagoon Vaulen. This is a popular place for birdwatching. Brusand is also known for the historical memorial Hitler's Teeth. These are a series of concrete blocks that were built by the Germans during the Second World War. Hitler's Teeth were intended to prevent Allied landings and were part of the Atlantic Wall. You can see the Hitler Teeth from county road 44, from the top of the dunes or walk closer to take photos.
The village of Brusand is located on a narrow strip between Bjåvatnet Lake and the sea. Here you'll find a small grocery store and a railway station. The flat fields around the village grow carrots and other high-quality vegetables that are among the earliest in the country. Jæren is known for good food and good produce, and in Brusand you'll find great flavours at Jærgarden Kvalbein. This is a charming eatery in an old barn from the 1700s, known for serving good, traditional Sunday dinners.