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Top attractions in Southern Norway. Visit Norway’s southernmost point, ride a vintage train, visit the underwater restaurant and explore the nature in Raet national park.
Go skiing, climbing or rafting. Enjoy festivals and other cultural events or visit one of the many museums.
Special recommendations and highlights for your visit to Southern Norway.
It is a large number of festivals in Southern Norway. In the summer time focused on music and local food and many smaller events throughout the year.
Cultural heritage museums in Southern Norway. The museum union includes nine museums, located close to each other in the south of Norway.
Taste the culinary treats of Southern Norway. Local food, fruit, sea food, berries and vegetables. Many restaurants in Southern Norway are proud of the food traditions and love to tell you about it.
Explore Southern Norway’s coast, charming towns and villages and stunning mountains and moorland on a bike. Here, you will find information on cycle routes, cycle hire and mountain biking in Southern Norway.
Lista Lighthouse in Southern Norway offers stunning coastal scenery and magnificent cultural landscapes. It is also a birdwatcher’s paradise.
Southern Norway offers numerous hiking possibilities, from the mountains of Setesdal and Sirdal to picturesque coastal paths by the sea.
The Evje area offers activities like rafting, climbing, safaris and trekking, and also attractions like a mineral park with child-friendly activities.
As well as exciting and accessible mountains and crags, the southernmost Norway also has an excellent climate for climbing. Kristiansand in particular have many crags close to the city centre.
You will find many golf courses in Southern Norway, both along the coast and inland. Be active on your holiday with your family or friends.
The Skagerrak coast in Southern Norway offers ample opportunities for deep-sea fishing and the rivers are famous for the wild salmon.
Explore the coastline in Southern Norway by boat, car or bike. Visit the outports by a local ferry and explore the secluded beaches and archipelago.
Raet is Southern Norway’s national park. Raet National Park extends from Grimstad, through Arendal and on to Lyngør in Tvedestrand. The park was created in 2016 to protect this special natural area.
Why not spend the night in a lighthouse while on holiday? There are several lighthouses offering accommodation along the southern coast of Norway.
Happy children equals happy parents. Southern Norway offers a wide range of child-friendly activities and attractions within short distances.
Take a drive along the North Sea Road, explore the Lysefjord and Pulpit Rock, and enjoy southern culture in the many villages along the coast.