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Take the bus to the coastal town of Kragerø.

With the bus from NOR-WAY, it's both easy and comfortable to travel to Kragerø.

Red- and white-painted houses along the waterfront with boats in front.Photo: Hanne Blesvik Andersen / 

In the southern part of Telemark lies the 'Pearl among the coastal towns,' Kragerø, with narrow alleys and streets with well-preserved wooden buildings, small shops, and a fantastic archipelago. It was here Edvard Munch was inspired by the unique coastal light, and he painted many of his most significant works in Kragerø.

Bring your bike to Jomfruland and Skåtøy, where the landscape is flat and easy to cycle through. If it gets warm in the sun, you can stop and swim almost anywhere. Cozy cafes, specialty shops, bars, and restaurants are lined up in the streets and harbour area of Kragerø, and throughout the summer, well-known national and international artists hold concerts in the area.

Read more about Kragerø as destination at Visit Telemark


Archipelago landscape with blue sea and rocky outcrops featuring white housesPhoto: Instagram @galeio

Catch the bus to Kragerø:

NW192 Konkurrenten

Departures to Tangen/Kragerø from Stavanger, Flekkefjord, Lyngdal, Mandal, Kristiansand, Arendal, Grimstad, and Oslo.

Bus stop: Tangen, with a transfer to a feeder bus to the bus station in the center of Kragerø.

You can purchase the entire journey, with a through ticket, on

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