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Mandal is the southernmost town in Norway. Mandal is known for its narrow and idyllic streets. Mandal is also known for its many beaches. The population is 14.000.
- 1 Mandal church (Mandal kirke). Norway's largest wooden church, and one of the country's largest wooden constructions.
- 2 Landehobde (To get there, you need to drive by car on a small windy road, and then walk on a foot path through some woods.). Ruins from a World War II military fort, with numerous bunkers and gun emplacements.
- 3 Ryvingen lighthouse (Ryvingen fyr) (To get out, you have to order transport by phone. Price must be agreed on beforehand.), ☏ (weeks 26-33), (elsewhen), ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. Norway's southernmost lighthouse, constructed in 1867, located on the island of Ryvingen. 25 NOK (adults), 10 NOK (children).
- 1 Mandal Hotel, Nedre Malmø, 4515 Mandal, ☏ , ✉ email@example.com. This hotel is still under construction!
- 2 Sandnes Camping, ☏ , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. Open from May 1st to September 1st.
- 3 Sjøsanden Feriesenter, ☏ , ✉ email@example.com. Vacation center close to the Sjøsanden beach. Offers around 300 places for tents and/or caravans, as well as cabins and an on-site motel. Activities include mini-golf and a water slide.
- The little village of Tregde is known for being the sunniest spot on Norway’s south coast. Skagerrak Feriesenter Tregde is situated in the heart of the region known as ‘Sørlandet’. The Feriesenter offers a variety of lovely south-facing apartments and holiday homes with stunning views over Sørlandet’s sea and its countless idyllic little islands.
|Routes through Mandal|
|Stavanger ← Lyngdal ←||N S||→ Kristiansand → Aalborg (ferry)|