Havikstrand

Address: P.O Box 87 , Farsund, Vest-Agder, South Coast, 4550, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel is located on P.O Box 87 , Farsund.
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Travel Blogs from Farsund

Have you ever been to sea Billy, Part 3

A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Sep 09, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... for the heck of it, we attended the first of a series of lectures on Crime Scene Investigation by a man from California. The last of the series will be a review of the O.J. trial. Not sure if we'll be taking in any other lectures, but thought we'd check out the first one. It was a bit of "been there, done that". I participated in another slot tournament and was very pleased to make it to the final. I was sitting third going into it, and the prize for the winner was ...

South Coast

A travel blog entry by christine1205 on Aug 31, 2014

This coast gives everything, from sand dunes like in Danmark to magma mountains and fjörds like in northern Norway or Iceland.



Next morning we explored the 'Hellene' houses and went for a walk for a fantastic view over the fjörd. For that we had to walk up the mountain and climb 410 wooden stairs. Nonetheless the 10-15min gentle walk make it worth.

Then we hit the ...

Day 14

A travel blog entry by yviphotonl on Jun 20, 2014

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Today when we woke up the sun was shining, there was a little bit wind, but the temperture was very nice. We left Fister and took the road to Jørpeland and from there we took the road to Sandness. Before Sandness we had to took the ferry from Forsand to Lauvviken. From Sandness we drove along the shore to Egersund, from there we drove further to Flekkefjord. From Flekkefjord we drove to Mandal and there we staying for the night. Today we drove ...

Goodman

A travel blog entry by ahrussell on Jun 12, 2014

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... you. Bikes fixed we then went on to tackle what I believe were the hardest and longest climbs of this little adventure of ours. Up, down, then up again. Never ending. As if God himself was watching, just as we came to the final 10 miles of the day, the heavens opened adding even more drama to the occasion. But we got through it. Just. Chaz is lying next to me sleeping. I'm sure he's dreaming about the hamburger and beer we will be treating ourselves for dinner ...

Denmark to Norway and lots of fiords.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on May 21, 2014

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... out of several fjords, little fishing villages and around little perched lakes. So beautiful, even in drizzling rain, with towering rocky cliffs bordering the roads. We camped at the Bobil Camp at Farsund, beautiful fishing village on a fiord leading to the coast. If "Bobil" means "Motorhome" then we now drive a Bobil, not a Boomer! Or maybe a Bobil Boomer! Chatted to an elderly Norwegian couple who came to spy out the campers, whose grandson is studying in ...

Traveler Photos Havikstrand Farsund

Camping on the beach
Farsund, Norway