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Camping in South Norway

10 campsites in Norway, South

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Taking its name from one of Norway’s best-known attractions, the Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) cliff formation, Preikestolen Camping is situated in the beautiful region of Rogaland...

On a semi-promontory on the shores of the 40 km. long Byglandsfjord, Neset is a well run, friendly site ideal for spending a few active...

Norsjø Ferieland is a campsite where camping meets boating and the local residents, all set in a very pleasant environment. This is an ideal campsite...

Sølvgarden Hotell og Feriesenter is in the Setesdal valley, on the upper reaches of the Otra river which runs north from Kristiansand and onwards to...

Sørlandets is renowned for idyllic inlets and islands, and has a reputation as the ‘Norwegian Riviera’ with warm summer temperatures and sea water reaching over...

Haraldshaugen Camping is an attractive campsite with fantastic sea views and interesting historic surroundings, yet only 2km from the centre of Haugesund. The site is...

Sandnes Camping is located in the extreme south of Norway and makes a convenient stop-off point when arriving or departing for Denmark via Kristiansand. Just...

Sandviken is a delightful, family run site in a scenic location, suitable for exploring Hardangervidda. Remote, yet with good access by road, it has its...

South

Southern Norway sees the most sun. It’s a popular destination with a coastline ideal for swimming, sailing, scuba diving and fishing. White wooden houses perch on the rocky coastline making it a very scenic destination. Boat trips along the Telemark Canal, from the mountains to the sea, offer the chance to sit back and enjoy the beautiful inland landscapes.