Sylterøya in Brevik has a diverse and exciting history, narrow, charming streets and a well-preserved picturesque settlement.
Brevik Historielag has marked 16 historical points on the island that you can follow through a "digital stroll" via your smartphone. The tour starts at the Brevik City Museum (Cochegården), more specifically the "pavilion", and takes you around large parts of the island.
It will take about an hour to follow the entire walk. Download the App Lightcurb in the App Store or the Android App.
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