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Contents
Homeland of the Viking Kings............................................. 3
ROUND TRIP; From Vikings to an oil nation...................... 4
ROUND TRIP; The Viking Way to fjord Norway.................. 6
ROUND TRIP; Costal Culture.............................................. 10
Accommodation................................................................... 12
Adventures........................................................................... 15
Contact................................................................................. 16
homeland of the viking kings
In Norway, in the middle of Fjord Norway, you will find the Haugesund
region.This is Homeland of the Viking Kings – Norway’s birthplace.
Are you fascinated by the discoveries, go-ahead spirit and seamanship
of the Vikings? Around Haugalandet, you can allow your curiosity to take
you in the footsteps of the Vikings. Forget about Viking helmets adorned
with horns; here you’ll find the true and historically correct story waiting
to be told.
Allow your explorer instincts to guide you to Avaldsnes where princes and
kings have had their seat of power through millennia. Harald Hårfagre,
who promised his betrothed Princess Gyda, that he would not cut his hair
until Norway was united as one kingdom, established his court at Avaldsnes
around 870 AD. Avaldsnes thus became the oldest royal seat in Norway.
At the same location, St. Olav’s Church today towers proudly over Karmsundet Sound. This sound was formerly known as Nordvegen – the way
north – from which the name Norway is derived.
Still curious? Follow the pathway from the History Centre to the Viking
Estate on the island of Bukkøy, site of a living experimental research project.
Among the attractions here, you will see a remarkable long house and an
impressive large boathouse built in authentic Viking style. The boathouse
is the only one of its kind in Europe. During the Viking Festival, which is
arranged annually at the beginning of June, you can participate in Bukkøy’s
pulsating Viking Life.
It is not only Avaldsnes that has traces of the Vikings. The whole region,
ranging from Utsira in the west to Sauda in the east, features objects
such as ancient stone monuments, burial mounds, rock carvings, and
house and boathouse foundations. All are easy to find with the help of
the overview on our website and through our printed annual guide. All
attractions are accessibly situated within an hour of Haugesund.
Harald Hårfagre and other kings bid you welcome to Nordvegen History
Centre, where they will lead you though the recounting of royal sagas,
ancient myths and archaeological discoveries, all of which will provide you
with an intimate knowledge of the home of the Viking kings – Norway’s
birthplace.
Overnatting
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Haugesund – Stavanger and the Pulpit Rock - Røldal
From Vikings to an oil nation
St. Olavs Church © Ørjan B. Iversen
Pulpit Rock couple © Terje Rakke, Nordic Life, Region Stavanger
Experience the history of Norway, starting in the Homeland of the Viking Kings, the birthplace of Norway. Learn how people lived by
the coast during 3500 years, starting your round trip at Avaldsnes. Here the Viking Kings and princes had a strategic position by the
strait Karmsundet - the “North Way” - the shipping lane that has given name to Norway.
DAY 1 HAUGESUND – AVALDSNES - STAVANGER
Experience the history of Norway, starting in the Homeland of the Viking
Kings, the birthplace of Norway. Learn how people lived by the coast during 3500 years, starting your round trip at Avaldsnes. Here the Viking
Kings and princes had a strategic position by the strait Karmsundet - the
“North Way” - the shipping lane that has given name to Norway.
Follow the footsteps of the Vikings, going on route E39 towards Stavanger.
A stop at Utstein Kloster Monastery from 1265, will give you a glimpse of
medieval ages, before you continue to modern times at the Petroleum
Museum in Stavanger. Here they will present the interesting adventure of
how oil became one of Norway’s main resources.
HIGHLIGHTS:
• Avaldsnes, including Nordvegen History Centre, St.Olavs Church,
and the Viking settlement
• Sørbø Church at Rennesøy, from year 1130
• Utstein Monastery on Mosterøy
• Gamle Stavanger, the old part of Stavanger city
• Overnight stay in Stavanger
Directions: Start on a tour to Avaldsnes on route 47. Back in Haugesund,
follow route E39 all the way to Stavanger. Cross the Bokna fjord by ferry
between Arsvågen and Mortavika. (25 minutes crossing).
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DAY 2 HIKE OR FJORD CRUISE TO THE PULPIT ROCK AND LYSEFJORDEn
IN RYFYLKE -SAND
Fjord sightseeing: from Stavanger harbour there are departures all year
to Lysefjorden and the Pulpit Rock. Two companies (rodne.no and tide.no)
will bring you on a 3,5 hour trip to the majestic Lysefjord where you’ll
see the Vagabunds Cave, goats, waterfalls, breathtaking scenery and lots
more. After the cruise, take the ferry from Stavanger to Tau (route 13)
Alternative: bring your car to Lysefjordsenteret, Oanes by the Lysefjord
and take the cruise from here (booking in advance). After the cruise: go
northwards on road 13.
Hike: From Stavanger Harbour (Fiskepirterminalen) enjoy a 45 minutes
tour on the ferry bringing you to Tau. Follow route 13 southwards, take a
stop at the petroglyphs at Solbakk and continue to the new Preikestolen
mountain lodge (parking fee). Length of hike: 4 hours retour, including
the panoramic view of Lysefjorden from the famous rock.
HIGHLIGHTS:
• Preikestolen / The Pulpit Rock
• Lysefjorden
Recommended: a stop first at the Petroleum Museum in Stavanger.
Directions: Stavanger – Tau by ferry, continue on route Ryfylkevegen
National Tourist Route Ryfylke (Road 13) towards Sand and Ryfylke Fjordhotel. Visit the Salmon Studio. Ferry between Hjelmeland and Nesvik.
Bergen
Kinsarvik
E 39
Days: 4 + 1
Suitable for: individuals and groups
Distance: approx. 418 km.
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H A R D A N G E R
H O R D A L A N D
Odda
Folgefonn
HIGHLIGHTS:
fjo
rd
en
Ha
ger
rdan
Rosendal
Hardangervidda
Stord
Røldal
E134
Bømlo
• Haugesund
• Avaldsnes – Viking village
• Stavanger and Pulpit Rock
• Røldal Stave Church
• Åkrafjorden fjord
• (Steinsfjellet panoramic view)
Sauda
E 39
Røvær
Haugesund
R O G A L A N D
E134
Helganes
Avaldsnes
E 39
Utsira
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Kopervik
Bokn
www.visithaugesund.no / +47 52 01 08 30
www.regionstavanger.com
www.ryfylke.no
www.roldal-reiseliv.no
Skudeneshavn
R Y F Y L K E
Rennesøy
J E P S O M
Boknafjorden
E L L E N
Mekjarvik
K A R T:
Stavanger
45
E 39
V E S T- AG D E R
Langfoss Waterfall © Espen Mills
Steinsfjellet Mountain © Tove V. Braathen
Sandnes
DAY 3 SAND – SULDAL - RØLDAL
DAY 5 RECOMMENDED ATTRACTIONS IN THE HAUGESUND AREA
Suldalsvatnet lake is the deepest lake in Rogaland county, and is worth
a stop. Kolbeinstveit rural museum has exhibition of arts & crafts and
light meals in summer. The Suldalsdampen steamer goes from here at
Saturdays in summer. Arriving at Røldal, visit the tave church from the
1200s, one of the oldest in Norway. Røldal Stave Church is perhaps most
widely known as a pilgrim church, and was the second most important
pilgrim destination in Norway after Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim during
the Middle ages.
Information and directions can be found at visithaugesund.no
DAY 4 RØLDAL – ÅKRAFJORDEN - HAUGESUND
At Åkrafjordtunet you might try or buy some local farm products. This is
also the starting point of a variety of tours and activities. The contrasts
in Åkrafjorden are huge: bare mountain sides, luscious pastures, stillreflecting fjords and tumbling glacial waters. Join a fjord cruise to get the
best view of the 612-metre cascading Langfoss Waterfall.
• Steinsfjellet mountain – panoramic view 227 meters above sea level
• Skudeneshavn – old sailing ship town (a walk in the city and a visit at Mælandsgården museum)
• Ola Flytt Boats – Haugesund Harbour by unique wooden boats.
• Inner Quay (Smedasundet Sound)
RECOMMENDED DETOUR FROM STAVANGER:
Take the ferry from Stavanger all the way through the Lysefjord to Lysebotn, and drive the hairpin bends up to Øygardsstøl. Here you’ll find a
café with a wonderful view of the deep fjord and steep mountains. Follow road
45 via Sirdal on your way back to Stavanger. You will then pass Byrkjedalstunet,
the region’s most visited restaurant and factory outlet.
Driving by Ølen, stop at Unni Marie Rosemaling.com to see the rose
painting workshop with an exhibition and a shop.
HIGHLIGHTS:
• Åkrafjorden and Langfoss waterfall (fjord cruise or visit a mountain farm)
Directions: Follow Haukeliveien route (Rv 134) towards Åkrafjorden and
Haugesund.
Round Trip
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Haugesund – Hardanger - Sunnhordland
THE VIKING-WAY TO FJORD NORWAY
Vikings © Ørjan B. Iversen
Tractor Safari © Espen Mills
Crossing fjords, passing by one of the world’s most beautiful waterfalls and driving through valleys between steep mountains, this
round trip will bring you close to a glacier, and give you the opportunity to visit a unique barony surrounded by roses. After a visit to
an extraordinary amphitheatre and an old church, you will be able to enjoy a panoramic view of the North sea from a light house. And
maybe you’ll meet a Viking on your way?
DAY 1 HAUGESUND – AVALDSNES – SKUDENESHAVN - HAUGESUND
DAY 2 HAUGESUND – ÅKRAFJORDEN - LOFTHUS
Start the day at Avaldsnes, Norway’s first Royal Seat, where you will
experience the Viking’s fascinating way of life, and get in to the right
“viking-mood” to start the round trip. The historical landscape at Avaldsnes
tells of the Old Norwegian Kings and the legendary characters celebrated
in ancient myths and lays. The kings and princes who controlled the old
“Nordvegen” – the way to the North – have left powerful traces: impressive
burial mounds, tall stone monuments and rich archaeological finds. Next
to the medieval church in Avaldsnes, a new history centre has been built,
and east of the church is a reconstructed Viking settlement.
Stop at Åkrafjordtunet and join a fjord cruise on Åkrafjorden, this can be
combined with a tractor safari to a mountain farm on the opposite side
of the fjord.
Skudeneshavn is a lovely sailing ship town, where the old part of town
consists of 130 well preserved homes and maritime storehouses from
the early 1800s.
HIGHLIGHTS:
• Avaldsnes (medieval church, history centre, Viking settlement)
• Skudeneshavn
• Overnight stay in Haugesund
Directions: Follow route 47 from Haugesund. First stop at Avaldsnes,
then continue to Skudeneshavn. To visit Sandvesanden beach, retour by
route 511.
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The contrasts in Åkrafjorden are huge: bare mountain sides, luscious
pastures, still-reflecting fjords and tumbling glacial waters. Viewed from
the boat, the landscape is like a string of pearls with the 612-metre high
cascading Langfoss Waterfall as the most impressive of them all.
On your way to Odda, don’t miss Låtefossen, a famous twin waterfall by
the main road 13. Arriving in Lofthus in the evening gives you a great
opportunity to try a local beer from Ekspedisjonen, a microbrewery with
a pub. There is also a trail through the orchards, with different charts
informing you about fruit cultivation and local history.
HIGHLIGHTS:
• Fjord cruise in Åkrafjorden and Langfoss waterfall
• Tractor safari to Eikemostølen Mountain Farm
• Låtefossen waterfall
• Overnight stay in Lofthus
Directions: route E134 from Haugesund, first stop at Åkrafjordtunet,
continue towards “Brimnes, Utne, Odda” on route 13. Continue on route
13 Lofthus.
Bergen
Kinsarvik
E 39
Days: 5
Suitable for: individuals and groups
Distance: approx. 478 km.
Season: all year
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H A R D A N G E R
H O R D A L A N D
Odda
Folgefonn
HIGHLIGHTS:
fjo
rd
en
Ha
ger
rdan
Rosendal
Hardangervidda
Stord
Røldal
E134
Bømlo
• City island cruise in Haugesund
• Vikings at Avaldsnes
• Åkrafjorden fjord cruise and tractor safari
• Lofthus – orchards
• Folgefonna glacier and national park
• (Hardangerfjorden, queen of the Norwegian fjords)
• Rosendal ancient barony and rose garden
• Moster Old Church and Moster Amphitheatre
• Ryvarden Light House
Sauda
E 39
Røvær
Haugesund
R O G A L A N D
E134
Helganes
Avaldsnes
E 39
Utsira
Kopervik
Bokn
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Skudeneshavn
R Y F Y L K E
Rennesøy
J E P S O M
Boknafjorden
www.visithaugesund.no / +47 52 01 08 30
E L L E N
Mekjarvik
K A R T:
Stavanger
45
E 39
V E S T- AG D E R
© www.folgefonni-breforarlag.no
Barony in Rosendal © Gro R. Andersen
Sandnes
DAY 3 LOFTHUS – KINSARVIK – JONDAL (FOLGEFONNA) - ROSENDAL
DAY 4 ROSENDAL - BØMLO
Hardanger is well known for being Norways’s largest fruit growing area.
Experience the fantastic blossom in spring, or have a taste of fresh fruit
during summer and autumn. In the garden of hotel Ullensvang in Lofthus
one can visit Edvard Grieg’s (1843-1907) cabin, where he composed several
of his most famous works.
Wake up in the valley of the roses (Rosendal), where the ancient Rosendal
Barony lies only a few minutes from Rosendal centre. Scandinavia’s
smallest castle dating from 1665 has a wonderful rose garden.
This day you will have the opportunity to visit Folgefonna National Park,
where the central feature is the Folgefonna glacier, Norway’s 3rd largest
glacier. Folgefonna can be reached by car from Jondal during the summer
season. Hiking on the glacier is only possible with glacier guides and the
right equipment. See www.folgefonni-breforarlag.no
HIGHLIGHTS:
• The Hardanger Fjord region
• The National Tourist Route Utne - Jondal
• Folgefonna National Park and glacier
• Overnight stay in Rosendal
Directions: route 13 to Kinsarvik via Lofthus. Ferry from Kinsarvik to Utne.
From Utne to Jondal you will be driving on one of the National Tourist Routes in
Norway. Continue to Folgefonna Summer Ski Centre. From Jondal cross
the Hardangerfjord by ferry to Tørvikbygd, continue to Gjermundshamn,
and cross the fjord once again to Årsnes. Continue towards Rosendal.
Schedules: www.tide.no
Going from Rosendal to Bømlo, cross the fjord by ferry, and continue
towards Bømlo. Drive over some amazing bridges to the island of Bømlo.
Join a historical walk around Moster Old Church. At summertime you
might enjoy a play at Moster Amphitheatre, which is the most unusual
open-air theatre in Northern Europe.
(After visiting Moster we suggest that you go to the north side of the
island Bømlo. This will take you to the fisher village of Brandasund - with
the North Sea as the nearest neighbour. )
HIGHLIGHTS:
• The Barony in Rosendal
• Moster Amphitheatre
• 4th night in Bømlo
Directions: From Rosendal follow road 48, and continue on road 544,
(ferry between Ranavik and Skjersholmane), than follow road E39, and
542 towards Bømlo. Schedule: www.tide.no
Round Trip
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Bergen
Kinsarvik
E 39
H A R D A N G E R
H O R D A L A N D
Odda
Folgefonn
HIGHLIGHTS:
fjo
rd
en
Ha
ger
rdan
Rosendal
Hardangervidda
Stord
Røldal
E134
Bømlo
• City island cruise in Haugesund
• Vikings at Avaldsnes
• Åkrafjorden fjord cruise and tractor safari
• Lofthus – orchards
• Folgefonna glacier and national park
• (Hardangerfjorden, queen of the Norwegian fjords)
• Rosendal ancient barony and rose garden
• Moster Old Church and Moster Amphitheatre
• Ryvarden Light House
Sauda
E 39
Røvær
Haugesund
R O G A L A N D
E134
Helganes
Avaldsnes
E 39
Utsira
Kopervik
Bokn
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Skudeneshavn
R Y F Y L K E
Rennesøy
J E P S O M
Boknafjorden
www.visithaugesund.no / +47 52 01 08 30
E L L E N
Mekjarvik
K A R T:
Stavanger
45
E 39
V E S T- AG D E R
Ryvarden Lighthouse © Tove V. Bråthen
Utsira Kommune © Geir Øyvind Gismervik
Sandnes
DAY 5 BØMLO – RYVARDEN LIGH HOUSE - HAUGESUND
To complete the round trip, visit Ryvarden Lighthouse, built in 1849,
where the buildings have been used as a cultural centre since 1984.
An important element of our history is the light houses. Through centuries
this has been an important navigating tool for sailors.
ADDITIONAL DAY 6 AND 7
Teeming with life day and night, Smedasundet Sound is at the very heart
of Haugesund. Stroll along the quayside and take in the fresh sea air or
stop for a coffee, a bite to eat, or purchase fresh prawns and crab from
local fishermen. A 45-minute trip around the harbour with Haugesund’s
time honored Flytt Boats is recommended.
UTSIRA: Experience a day on the North Sea island of Utsira. The island is
situated 18 km west from Karmøy, and is Norway’s smallest municipality
with approximately 215 inhabitants. Departures from Garpaskjærskaien.
RØVÆR is an island located only 25 minutes from Haugesund, and has
110 inhabitants and only 1 car. Departure from Inner Quay (Indre Kai)
www.rover.no
www.utsira.no
HIGHLIGHTS:
• Ryvarden Lighthouse
• Smedasundet Sound
• Overnight in Haugesund
Directions: road E39, road 47, and road 541 to Mølstrevåg. Road 541 and
47 to Haugesund.
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Information and directions can be found at visithaugesund.no
Please read more about accommodation, food and transportation at
www.visithaugesund.no
www.hardangerfjord.com
www.visitsunnhordland.no
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Days: 5
Suitable for: individuals and groups
Distance: approx. 478 km.
Season: all year
KARMØY BEACHES HIKE THE WHITE SANDY DUNES
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Round Trips
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Røvær – Bergen and Bryggen - Haugesund
costal culture
Røvær © Tove V. Braathen
Bergen © Bergen Tourist Board / Robin Strand
This round trip offers a lot of fjords and local maritime culture. When in Bergen, have a walk on Bryggen, the Old Hanseatic Quay. In
Haugesund the Smedasundet Sound is a must, and from the pedestrian quayside, there are daily departures to an island without car
admission; Røvær. Between Haugesund and Bergen, a visit on the island of Tysnes will bring you to an oasis of good life in the restored
farm of Haaheim Gaard.
DAY 1 RØVÆR
DAY 2 HAUGESUND - BERGEN
Experience the cultural landscape of Røvær, an island located 25 minutes
off the coast of Haugesund. With 110 inhabitants and only one car, this is
a community few of us have experienced.
The very first buildings in Bergen were alongside the quay called Bryggen.
Bryggen has been the nerve centre of the city for hundreds of years and
the silhouettes of its ancient gables are perhaps the most familiar image
in Norway.
There are guided tours around Røvær that follow a marked path which
includes a 1000 year old Viking settlement and a museum depicting
Røvær’s history.
• Spend your first night in Haugesund or Røvær
Directions: the island is free of traffic and is connected to the mainland
via a high-speed ferry with up to 9 daily departures. Departures from
Smedasundet Strait.
Bryggen is now on UNESCO’s World Heritage List and the city of Bergen is
a designated World Heritage City 150 meters from Bryggen and the fish
market, a funicular railway will bring you to Mount Fløien’s panoramic
view of Bergen in just 8 minutes.
HIGHLIGHTS:
• Bryggen the Old Hanesatic Quay
• Fløien funicular
• Fish market
• Overnight stay in Bergen
Direction – road E39 from Haugesund to Bergen. Car ferry between
Sandvikvåg and Halhjem. (40 min) Schedule: www.fjord1.no
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Bergen
Kinsarvik
E 39
Days: 3
Suitable for: individuals and groups
Distance: approx. 92,1 km.
Season: all year
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H A R D A N G E R
H O R D A L A N D
Odda
Folgefonn
HIGHLIGHTS:
fjo
rd
en
Ha
ger
rdan
Rosendal
Hardangervidda
Stord
Røldal
E134
Bømlo
• Bryggen Quay
• Fløien funicular
• Haaheim Gaard local food
• Røvær island
• Haugesund and Smedasundet
• Strait
Sauda
E 39
Røvær
Haugesund
Helganes
R O G A L A N D
E134
Avaldsnes
E 39
Utsira
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Kopervik
Bokn
www.visithaugesund.no / +47 52 01 08 30
www.visitbergen.no
www.rover.no
www.utsira.no
Skudeneshavn
R Y F Y L K E
Rennesøy
J E P S O M
Boknafjorden
E L L E N
Mekjarvik
K A R T:
Stavanger
45
E 39
V E S T- AG D E R
© Atle Helland
Utsira Kommune © Geir Øyvind Gismervik
Sandnes
DAY 3 BERGEN – HAUGESUND VIA TYSNES
DAY 4 HAUGESUND – UTSIRA - HAUGESUND
Årbakka Handelstad is situated on the east side of the island Tysnes. The
old trading centre and post office have been restored, and Tysnes Kystlag
(coastal association) runs a small coastal and veteran boat museum in
the smithy.
Experience a day on the North Sea island of Utsira. The island is situated
18 km west of Karmøy, and is Norway’s smallest municipality with
approximately 215 inhabitants. Utsira Lighthouse is the most visited
attraction on Utsira, and is Norway’s oldest weather observation station
still in continuous operation. Utsira is also known for being visited by a
lot of ornithologists.
At Haaheim Gaard, savour the flavours of a by-gone era in the restaurant,
Day dream among oldfashioned roses and romantic country style in the
interior furnishing and garden shop. Have a walk in the garden among
1500 roses. Events and concerts, theatre performances, opera, exhibitions
and lectures are held all year round.
Directions: Bergen – Halhjem. Halhjem – Våge by ferry. Våge – Årbakka
(30min), Årbakka – Uggdal (Haaheim Gaard) (30min), Uggdal – Hodnanes
(30min). Ferry between Hodnanes – Jektevik (10 min.) Follow road E39,
and then road 47 to Haugesund.
Schedule Halhjem – Våge: www.fosennamsos.no
Schedule Hodnanes – Jektevik: www.tide.no
Description: Daily ferry connection from Haugesund (Garpaskjærskaien
Quay at Risøy).
Schedule: www.utsira.no
RECOMMENDED DETOUR FROM BERGEN:
Hardangerfjordekspressen – Experience Hardangerfjorden by Expressboat from Bergen to Rosendal (www.rodne.no)
Note: Most parts of this round trip can be completed by public transport
Alt. 1 by intercity bus (www.kystbussen.no)
Alt.2 by express boat (www.flaggruten.no)
Round Trip
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accommodation
Hotels
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Rica Maritim Hotel
Åsbygt. 3, NO-5528 Haugesund
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Rica Saga Hotel
Skippergt. 11, NO-5527 Haugesund
Radisson BLU Hotel Haugesund
Ystadveien 1, NO-5538 Haugesund
Clarion Collection Hotel Amanda
Smedasundet 93, NO-5528 Haugesund
Hendersons City Hotel
Strandgaten 161, NO-5527 Haugesund
Scandic Hotel
Kirkegata 161, NO-5525 Haugesund
Røvær Kulturhotell NO-5549 Røvær
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Œ
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4
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Park Inn Haugesund Airport Helganesveien 24, NO-4262 Avaldsnes
Tel./ Fax/Mob
52 86 30 00
52 86 30 01
52 86 30 00
52 86 28 25
52 86 10 00
52 86 10 01
52 80 82 00
52 72 86 21
52 70 41 70
52 86 10 01
21 61 41 00
23 15 50 11
52 71 58 00
97 07 48 10
52 86 10 90
52 84 26 50
Appartments/Rooms
Røvær Youth Hostel
pb. 14, NO-5549 Røvær
Sildaloftet
Utsira, NO-5547 Utsira
Nornes Holiday House
Nordnes 7, NO-4280 Skudeneshavn
The Bridge
Stølebuktvegen 2 (sentrum), NO-4250 Kopervik
Fugl Fønix Hotel
Etnesjøen, NO-5590 Etne
53 77 14 40
53 77 14 41
Valevaag Bruk Kjosaneveg, NO-5554 Valevåg
52 79 27 00
Kleivå Farm Camping
Lodavegen 323, NO-5561 Bokn
934 50 293
Kyrping Camping
Kyrping, NO-5590 Etne
Cabins/Holiday houses
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Tel./ Fax/Mob
Haraldshaugen Camping
Krossveien 5., NO-5515 Haugesund
52 72 80 77
52 86 69 32
Haugesund Tourist Association Strandgt. 171, NO-5525 Haugesund
52 71 53 11
Hagland Sea Chalets
Haglandsveien 146, NO-5514 Haugesund
Nordvikgården
Nordvik, NO-5547 Utsira
Geitungen Lighthouse
Geitungen, NO-4280 Skudeneshavn
Tresviken Holiday Cabins
Tresviken 41, NO-4264 Kvalavåg
Boligservice AS
Østrem, NO-4250 Kopervik
Fjord Chalets
Fosnav. 420, NO-5546 Røyksund
The Bridge
Stølebuktvegen 2 (sentrum), NO-4250 Kopervik
Ryvarden Lighthouse and Cultural Centre
Mølstre, NO-5550 Sveio
Lindås Cabin Rental
NO-5554 Valevåg
Solstrand Cabin Rental
Øklandsnes, NO-5551 Auklandshamn
Grindafjord Holiday Centre Grinde, NO-5570 Aksdal
Borgøy Fjord Konferanse AS Borgøy, NO-5566 Hervik
Kleivå Farm Camping Lodavegen 323, NO-5561 Bokn
Haugland Farm NO-5583 Vikedal
Sjø Idyll Cabin Rental Ølensvåg, NO-5582 Ølensvåg
Kyrping Camping
Kyrping, NO-5590 Etne
Osnes Cabin Park
Osnes, NO-5590 Etne
Skånevikstranda Fjord Chalets
Tveit Nordre v/Børkjenes, NO-5590 Etne
Skysstasjonen Kro og Hytter
Kyrkjeveien 24, 5760 Røldal
Røldal Hyttegrend & Camping
Kyrkjeveien 40, 5760 Røldal
Sildaloftet
[email protected] NO-5547 Utsira
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Røldal Booking AS
Håradalen Hyttefelt, 5760 Røldal
Guesthouses / B&B
Strandgaten Guest House
Strandgt. 81, NO-5528 Haugesund
52 84 02 46
97 71 02 71
52 84 51 24
52 84 51 30
41 21 50 79
41 21 50 80
90 65 09 76
97 03 33 60
53 74 00 41
53 74 80 01
53 74 22 95
53 74 24 05
53 74 17 44
53 74 17 44
Dugneberg B&B
Dugneberg, NO-4270 Åkrehamn
52 77 78 30
52 77 91 80
52 74 84 13
99 51 39 72
52 76 47 62
52 76 47 62
53 76 89 17
53 76 89 17
53 75 51 00
95 41 90 41
53 75 63 34
53 75 60 15
41 62 32 40
53 75 45 51
53 64 73 85
900 54 464
52 75 00 00
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Åkrafjordtunet Teigland, NO-5590 Etne
52 72 55 57
97 57 43 98
52 71 53 11
52 71 51 09
52 71 53 11
52 77 57 40
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Fjord Chalets
Fosnav. 420, NO-5546 Røyksund
Støle Ferieleiligheter
Mølstrevåg, NO-5550 Sveio
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Boligservice AS
Østrem, NO-4250 Kopervik
53 77 07 00
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Karmøy Youth Hostel
Austre Karmøy veg 23-37, NO-4250 Kopervik
Skånevik Fjordhotel
NO-5593 Skånevik
Ryfylke Fjordhotell
www.ryfylkefjordhotell.no, NO-4230 Sand
Hordatun Hotell & Leiligheter
www.hordatun.no Håra 18-20, 5760 Røldal
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Appartment
Torggaten 2, NO-5527 Haugesund
Nornes Holiday House
Nordnes 7, NO-4280 Skudeneshavn
958 50 500
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Karmøy Youth Hostel
Austre Karmøy veg 23-37, NO-4250 Kopervik
Camping sites
Tel./ Fax/Mob
97 58 35 85
90 55 28 06
52 71 80 35
92 09 61 07
52 75 00 00
975 68 385
52 82 72 62
90 05 90 07
52 84 61 60
52 84 61 61
52 84 51 24
52 84 51 30
41 21 50 79
41 21 50 80
90 65 09 76
970 33 360
905 42 192
905 42 192
53 74 23 90
53 74 24 30
52 74 84 13
99 51 39 72
53 75 51 00
95 41 90 41
53 75 42 60
53 75 42 44
Tel./ Fax/Mob
52 71 52 55
95 99 82 85
52 82 72 62
90 05 90 07
52 84 61 60
52 84 61 61
52 81 62 52
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Tel./ Fax/Mob
Haraldshaugen Camping
Krossveien 5., NO-5515 Haugesund
52 72 80 77
52 86 69 32
Grindafjord Holiday Centre
Grinde, NO-5570 Aksdal
52 77 57 40
52 74 84 13
99 51 39 72
53 75 51 00
95 41 90 41
Kleivå Farm Camping
Lodavegen 323, NO-5561 Bokn
Kyrping Camping
Kyrping, NO-5590 Etne
Skysstasjonen Kro og Hytter
Kyrkjeveien 24, 5760 Røldal
Camping sites
53 64 73 85
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Røldal Hyttegrend & Camping
Kyrkjeveien 40, 5760 Røldal
Other accommodation
Ravnafloke
Haglandsveien 146, NO-5514 Haugesund
Geitungen Lighthouse
Geitungen, NO-4280 Skudeneshavn
Andersen Airport Service Camper Van Rental
Avaldsnesveien 69, NO-4250 Kopervik
Ryvarden Lighthouse and Cultural Centre
Mølstre, NO-5550 Sveio
Borgøy Fjord Konferanse AS Borgøy, NO-5566 Hervik
Tel./ Fax/Mob
900 54 464
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Tel./ Fax/Mob
52 80 43 98
52 73 79 08
52 71 53 11
52 84 04 70
52 84 04 22
53 74 00 41
53 74 80 01
52 77 78 30
52 77 91 80
Haugaland Caravan
NO-5563 Førresfjorden
47 47 55 55
Wild AS - Camper / Van Rental
Liaheia, NO-5574 Skjold
99 59 04 00
52 76 01 01
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For more adventures:
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Short distances to travel
The airport is situated on Karmøy, 10 minutes from the city of Haugesund. Within
walking distance of the city centre can be found over 800 hotel rooms, the beautiful
Smedasundet Sound with restaurants, bars and cafes.
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MALLORCA
www.visithaugesund.no
Destinasjon Haugesund & Haugalandet
Smedasundet 77, NO-5528 Haugesund
Tlf: +47 52 70 09 20
Email: [email protected]
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