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Fly to Haugesund

Haugesund is known as the birthplace of Norway. The region tells the story of Norways viking past and how Norway became united as a single kingdom.

The region offers an amazing opportunity to experience Norway’s beautiful countryside, with everything from mountains, fjords and waterfalls to rocky heather moors. The area also offers great outdoor experiences, from boating, swimmign golf and extreme sports.


Åkrafjord and Langfoss waterfall

Voted one of the worlds most beautfiul waterfalls in the world by CNN, Langfoss waterfall is over 600 metres of freefalling water. The best ways to see the waterfall is by taking a cruise along the fjords or join in a guided hike for a birds eye view.

Old Skudeneshavn

This quaint sailing town can be found at Karmøy island. Its history dates back to the 1800’s when the town was a fishing port. Today the town compromises of 100 well preserved wododen houses. For a full insight of the town in the 1800’s visit the museum in Mælandsgården.

Utsira and Røvær

Just a short boatride from Haugesund are the picturesque islands of Utsira and Røvær. Home to an extrodinary amount of birdlife, you might even spot a rare species.

Avaldsnes – Norways birthplace

walk in the footsteps of  King Harald Fairhair and discover what Norway was like back in the 1800’s. Visit the fascinating Nordvegen History Centre at Avaldsnes and dress up as Vikings.


With year round music festivals, food festivals and more, there’s always something happening in Haugesund. For a full list of upcoming events click here

Tourist Information

Website – Fjord Norway

Facebook – visithaugesund