Morgedal is located 100 miles (161 kilometers) east of Stavanger and about 85 miles (137 kilometers) west of Oslo, the capital of Norway.
It's a missed chance if you limit your sightseeing to the attractions of Morgedal because the entire region has been blessed with a treasure-trove of fascinating things to do and see. You'll also find Rauland, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southeast, and Bo 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the west.
Drammen is around 65 miles (105 kilometers) from Morgedal. This regional center includes a number of interesting points of interest, like Drammensbadet, Drammens Theatre and Marienlyst Stadium. And don't return to Morgedal until you've visited Drammen's Union Scene and Drammens Museum.
Travelers to Oslo - Southern Norway often spend time exploring the region's open-air museums, open-air exhibits and gardens. If you are after things to do inside, you can't beat Oslo - Southern Norway's excellent art museums, art galleries and palaces. These are great spots to learn about the region's culture and find a unique souvenir or two.
Winter is a great time to head to this area. Rug up and try the wintersports here. Try skiing or snowboarding. Cool off in the region's beautiful waterways with a spot of swimming or boating.
When it's time to leave, bid a fond Ha det bra (farewell) to the interesting people you've met and the special places you have seen.