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Oygarden, Norway Cruise Port

The municipality of Oygarden is situated in the Hordaland county of Norway. This unique destination is comprised of 550 small islands and reefs, which create a beautiful and astonishing natural landscape across the region. Tourists can navigate the stunning fjords that separate the many islands of Oygarden easily, either by boat or along the hundreds of bridges that connect them. The town is unlike anywhere else in the world, boasting an extraordinary and lush landscape incorporating verdant fields, majestic rivers as well as a collection of amazing attractions, including historic structures and monuments, museums, shops and restaurants. The region's unusual and sparsely populated backdrop generates an enchanting ambience and charming atmosphere, creating lasting memories in the minds of all who visit.

Sightseeing in Oygarden

The quaint and peaceful Norwegian region of Oygarden has a distinctive landscape just waiting to be explored and discovered. Several interesting attractions are distributed across the many islands that make up this beautiful part of Scandinavia.

The Coastal Museum

Oygarden's Coastal Museum is dedicated to the way in which the people of Oygarden have exploited there natural resources for the benefit of the community. A series of exhibits, guided tours and film displays allow visitors an insight into how the people of Oygarden have worked and struggled to survive in such harsh and adverse conditions. The museum also contains an amphitheatre, auditorium, conference rooms and cafe.

The Oygarden Salmon Centre

The Oygarden Salmon Centre is a huge and fascinating floating fish farm, offering visitors the chance to learn more about how large quantities of fish are farmed. Guided tours of the facility are available from local experts who will discuss the ways in which the fish are fed, farmed and kept safe from harm during their time at the facility. This surprisingly entertaining attraction is a wonderful way to see the unique way in which hundreds of thousands of meals are generated for people all over Norway and the rest of Europe.

Adnestova

Adnestova is a quaint and beautiful part of Norway, situated near to the town of Oygarden. The area contains a 300 year old house, which was once a part of the small hamlet that used to reside there. At this attraction, tourists will learn more about the farmers and fisherman who lived and worked there over the centuries. Adnestova also boasts a splendid coastal garden with a variety of herbs and flora including heather, rhododendrons and other blooming flowers, which is also open to the general public.

Shopping in Oygarden

The Hellesoy General store is a fantastic place to find a variety of general amenities and provisions whilst staying in Oygarden. Elsewhere, the Rong Centre is the town's largest department store, housing shops and stalls selling a range of items, including sports equipment, clothes, toys, flowers, music and many other gifts and souvenirs.

Eating Out in Oygarden

Oygarden is famous for its delicious locally caught seafood, which can be found in restaurants all over the town. The region is also home to a collection of casual cafes where visitors can relax and socialise over a scrumptious meal or snack.

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