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Enjoy a pleasant boat cruise on the historical Telemark Canal, or take a hiking tour in wild scenery in Hardangervidda. Combine a canal tour with an overnight stay in one of Telemarks hotels. Get inspired and explore the coast and the mountains of Telemark!
Enjoy the charming coastal towns of Brevik, Langsund, and Kragerø where ferreis takes you to the many islands in the archipelago.
Hardangervidda is Northern’s Europe’s largest mountain plateau. The area is rich in fishing, animal life and flora. At the Hardangervidda National Park Center visitors can study the nature and wild life up close.
In Rjukan stone paths lead up to nice viewpoints and are accessible for the whole family. Also visit the UNESCO’s World Heritage industry history at Vemork.
Visit Bø Sommarland – Scandinavia’s largest water theme park.
Stathelle lies by the Brevik Brigde and has long been a junction between Bamble and Brevik because of the ferry traffic. Nice place to just walk around in the small streets with old houses.
Porsgrunn town is idyllically situated along the river. A nice promenade along the river, and here you find nice restaurants.
Welcome to Fyresdal! where man meets nature The municipality of Fyresdal is situated in the western region of Telemark. As a large wilderness municipality, Fyresdal can boast of breathtaking...
In the west end of the Telemark Canal you find the lush valley Dalen with the famous Dalen Hotel.
Gaustablikk is one of the first resorts to get snow in Norway. Situated by the foot of Gaustatoppen, just 2,5 hrs from Oslo!
Guest harbour for private boats. Electricity and water.
Enjoy a good meal or just relax with a bite to eat in the shade while you watch the locks at the restaurant and pub “Lunde Slusekro.” Our menu includes both snacks and full meals. Open May—September.