Farsund Resort is centrally located in Southern Norway, making nearby attraction accessible to our guests. May we suggest the following excursions:
This idyllic town, with its white-washed houses and traditional buildings, is a mere 15 minutes drive away. You will enjoy a busy street life, cultural experiences and a variety of shops manned by friendly staff. We can also recommend a de-tour to Vanse where you can visit the American themed shop ‘Trunken’.
This 38 m tall stone tower was lit for the first time on the 10th November 1836. Once you have climbed the 132 steps to the top, marvel at the spectacular views over the Lista peninsula and the sea beyond. Next door you can visit the art gallery, information centre and ornithology centre.
The Lista beaches
10 kilometres of beautiful, clean beaches. The white sand dunes are popular with bathers. Wind surfers enjoy the conditions and walkers can explore the unusual flora and fauna found here. Whether it is a sunny or rainy day, a walk along the beach is a wonderful experience.
A small zoo for the kids
In Spangereid you will find a garden full of animals. Rabbits, chikens, horses, foxes, cats and many more!
And you can buy ice-cream:)
The zoo in Kristiansand
The popular zoo in Kristiansand is only 1 hour and 20 minutes from Farsund Resort.
Bicycleride on railway
In Flekkefjord you can ride a special bike on an old railway track. The railway is 17 km long and you ride through tunnels and beautiful nature.
Have a nice trip:)
Lyngdal is only 10-15 minutes drive from Farsund Resort.
You can do a lot of shopping here, in the city or in Handelsparken.
Flipside is the biggest skating-hall in Norway, and it`s only 25 minutes from Farsund Resort
You can use skateboard, BMX or scoot. There is bowl, foam pit, resi pad and much more.
You can rent BMX and helmet. In weekends tjher is a kiosk.
Age: 10 years and above and it is at your own risk.
Lista Museum was established in 1921. Currently our collections cover a long period of time. You will find the largest collection of the works of sculptor Mathias Skeibrok (1851-1896), a archaeological exhibitions, a school museum, a Coastal Culture Centre and the only intact lifeboat station from the late nineteenth century in Norway. Visit us at the Exhibition and Visitor Centre Nordberg Fort.