Located in Avaldsnes, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Nordvegen History Centre and Viking Settlement and 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from St Olav's Church. Hoyevarde Lighthouse and Utsira are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Located in the heart of Haugesund, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Vangen and Haugesund Tourist Information. Haugesund Town Hall and Haraldshaugen are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated in Haugesund, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Haugesund Town Hall and Haugesund Tourist Information. Vangen and Haraldshaugen are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Situated in Haugesund, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Haugesund Tourist Information, Vangen, and Haugesund Town Hall. Haraldshaugen and Steinsfjellet are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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From Aksdal, the major city of Stavanger can be found 35 miles to the south.
Beaches within driving distance include Vaulen Beach, 35 miles to the south, and Ferkingstad Beach, 17 miles to the southwest.
Take on the ski runs or play in the snow at Roldal Skicenter. It's the perfect place when the mercury drops.
St Olav's Church and Haugesund Town Hall are in Eike, a close by destination 4 miles away. Why don't you take a look? Haraldshaugen and Steinsfjellet are some more places. These are about 7 miles out of Aksdal, in Haugesund.
Don't forget to make a day trip to Hommersåk. It's approximately 35 miles to the southeast of Aksdal and it contains some fantastic visitor attractions, such as Stavanger Botanical Garden, Iron Age Farm and Tengesdal Lake. Veraland and Dalsnuten are additional options that ought to be on every traveler's must-see list.
Trying different foods is about more than just sustenance. It's a glimpse into a region's soul.
Nothing tastes better than local ingredients. You'll soon discover that moose and reindeer are often used here.
Raspeballer (potato dumplings) with sausage and svinekoteletter (pork chops) are two meals worth trying.
Arouse your sweet tooth with some krumkake (thin rolled cake filled with cream), a scrumptious dessert.
You might see a few locals relishing over a glass of karsk (coffee and vodka), a popular liquor around here.
Conversing in the local language is the best way to understand a different culture, so take the time to memorize some useful Norwegian phrases before you depart. God natt is how you say good night in Norwegian. You should also try pronouncing Ha en fin dag (have a nice day).
Visiting during the 17th of May will get you a front-row seat for Constitution Day.
It might not be easy saying "Ha det bra" to Aksdal, but know that this unique destination will always be here for you to one day return.
If your plans include departing by plane, take into account that the nearest airport is roughly 10 miles to the southwest.
As there are no Aksdal lodgings registered with Expedia, some people find it convenient to stay in Eike, which is situated around 4 miles away. The Radisson Blu Hotel Haugesund and Park Inn by Radisson Haugesund Airport Hotel are among the best options in Eike.