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Catch the bus to Lyngdal

Lyngdal has long sandy beaches, beautiful nature, and one of Norway's best salmon rivers. Experience exciting historical areas, enjoy good food, shop, and stay at various pleasant accommodations here.

The woman looks out over a landscape with a lake, forest, and hills.Photo: @spinneguri

For the swim enthusiast

Sørlandsbadet in Lyngdal is open all year round and offers water fun for both young and old. If the weather is nice, you can also enjoy yourself on one of several sandy beaches.

Nature and fishing experiences

If you're craving outdoor action and fresh air, a visit to Turparken, a nature area with activities for the whole family, is highly recommended.

In the Lyngdal area, you'll also find many places to fish, both in freshwater and saltwater. In Lenefjorden, you have the opportunity to pursue sea trout.

Kvåsfossen, a waterfall in Norway with a green landscape aroundPhoto: Rever og Drage arkitekter - Kvåsfossen - Nasjonalt Villakssenter

If you're interested in fishing, you can bring your family to Villakssenteret and experience something truly unique deep in the mountains. Here, you can walk along Norway's longest salmon ladder, see the salmon up close, and if you're lucky, you might even witness the salmon's journey up the ladder.

Read more about Lyngdal as destination at Visit Sørlandet

Catch the bus to Lyngdal

NW192 Konkurrenten

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

Bus stop in Lyngdal: Rom Terminal, a 4-minute walk to the city center.

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