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Tysvaer Vacation Packages
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The city of Stavanger lies 30 miles south of Tysvaer.
Feel the ocean breeze in your hair at Vaulen Beach, 30 miles to the south of Tysvaer, or Ferkingstad Beach, 18 miles to the southwest.
The area surrounding Tysvaer features some environmental reserves with striking landscapes and local flora and fauna. Fossadn Waterfall, some 30 miles away from Tysvaer, is one such example.
The area has some excellent ski slopes with trails and facilties for both professionals and beginners. Head to Roldal Skicenter or Sauda Ski Center when the weather's right.
To experience something different in the area, consider visiting Aksdal. It's roughly 6 miles away from Tysvaer, and is where you can find Steinsfjellet and Utsira. Eike, is another great option. It's located just 9 miles out of Tysvaer. Take a look around town and stop by St Olav's Church and Haugesund Town Hall.
The regional center of Hommersåk, just 30 miles from Tysvaer, is where all the action is. It has a whole range of tourist attractions worth making the journey for, including Ledaal, Stavanger Botanical Garden and Iron Age Farm. If that's not enough, some other great places are Tengesdal Lake and Veraland.
If you really want to get to know Northern Rogaland, allow some time to visit its restaurants.
Keep your eyes peeled for moose and reindeer, two prized local ingredients.
A couple of popular dishes you might like to try are raspeballer (potato dumplings) with sausage and svinekoteletter (pork chops).
And when it comes time for dessert, you'd be crazy not to have a bit of mouthwatering krumkake (thin rolled cake filled with cream).
For the perfect nightcap, have a few sips of karsk (coffee and vodka), a well-known spirit.
Maybe one of the most useful courtesies you can offer to the locals you meet on your travels is to make the effort to speak some of their language. Goddag is how you say hello. You should also work on pronouncing Eg heiter.. (my name is..).
The 17th of May is the day when the whole country will commemorate Constitution Day. There's sure to be plenty of festivities to enjoy if you are vacationing at that time.
As your adventure comes to an end, be sure to wave Northern Rogaland a fond "Se deg senere".
When you're ready to catch your flight, remember that the handiest airport is 14 miles west.