THE SOUTH

Beautiful rugged coast line, soft hills and woods in the inner part, typical white houses, but also beaches, and Norway´s most southern tip, Cape Lindesnes

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CAPE LINDESNES

The most southern point

It can be stormy, it can be sunny and when we were there it was actually both. Leaning into the wind, shouting to each other, we enjoyed immensely the wild water from the top of the lonely light house.

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NORDSJØVEGEN

From Kristiansand to Haugesund

- Part 2 -

Rough rocky landscape, lighthouses, hundreds of islands, stunning views of the coastline, sandy beaches and a coffee with 92-year old Johannes.

TELEMARKSKANALEN

With Henrik Ibsen from Skien to Dale

Crossing 5 lakes and 18 locks in style while watching the landscape slowly passing by. A true pleasure from the past century.

STRUTEN FYR

A lighthouse in the Oslofjord

Two days out there in the fjord, enjoying the solitude of a private island, in a cosy lighthouse, watching cruise ships and hundreds of birds sailing by

Coming soon...

Fishing salmon in one of the rivers

In a small sailing boat along the coastline 

Hiking to the top of 

the Gaustatoppen

Ibsen museum in Grimstad

Going on elk safari

 Our tours in the South

GAUSTATOPPEN

Skiiing, hiking, sightseeing

Big mirrors in Rjukan, Northern Europe´s first cable car, a mountain with an elevator inside, looking at the impressive Gaustatoppen from various places plus lots of WW2 history.

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DALEN HOTEL

The perfect place for a relaxing weekend

Staying at Dalen Hotel, in a narrow valley at the end of a long lake, we had the impression we travelled back in time. Times with Grand Hotels and an upper class escaping the heat in the city at remote classy places.

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ALONG THE COASTLINE

Kragerø, Risør, Grimstad, Kristiansand

- Part 1 -

A long, slow and relaxing car drive from Oslo to Kristiansand gave as ample opportunities to visit many cosy small towns along the coast line, in marvelous weather.

Still on the travel list