Håøya "The high island" - has as its name suggests quite hilly terrain. The mountain peak Storefjell (141 m.h.) gives a wide view over the entire fjord and the coast of Grenland all the way up to the island of Jomfruland.
The island is steep and lush, with several great swimming areas. Here there are noble deciduous forests, beach meadows and old flower meadows. Much of the island is protected as a nature reserve. In the north, the island connects to the mainland via footbridge.
The first people settled on Håøya many thousands of years ago, in the Stone Age, and lots of flint implements and notches have been found for clay vessels from this period.
Access to the island with footbridge at Vrangsund and from there marked path to the free areas Paradisbukta, School Bay and Vervebukta which have nice, family-friendly bathing beaches
Situated on the outermost part of Sylterøya, an island 10 min from the city Brevik.
Brevik Town Museum is open every Sunday this summer
Welcome to a historic digital tour in Brevik.
"Krystallhuset" in Brevik was erected on the occasion Brevik 150th anniversary in 1995.
"Group 9" was founded in 1969. That year was the first summer exhibition held in the…
King Chulalongkorn was a Thai king who visited Brevik 28 July 1907. He was king of Siam…
Porsgrunn Mule Varde is situated by hihgway E18 between Nystrand and Skjelsvik.
The only Catholic church in Telemark, built in the "dragon style" in 1899.
Kunsthall Grenland is an art gallery in Porsgrunn with regional status, which wish to…
A hidden pearl right in the center at Porsgrunn City Museum.
Osebro is the best preserved part of Porsgrunn town.
Welcome to a pearl in Porsgrunn.
The childrens favorite place to visit, lots of activities.
Learn more about the natural history of our planet.
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As the first geopark in Scandinavia, Gea Norvegica became member of the Global Geoparks…