Old Stavanger – Loft
Gamle Stavanger - Loft
Photos from Old Stavanger>>>
Photos from Stavanger>>>
Galleries, cafees, touristinfo just 50 m from the flat. You live close to all>>>
Bedroom for 2
Bedsofa for 1/2
Bathroom, heated floor, shower and washingmaschine
TV with Cana Digital
Price/week 2/3 persons:
July, August NOK 7500/9000
May, June, September NOK 6500/8000
Else: NOK 6000/7500
Price 2-3 days stay/weekend
From NOK 2500
Longer stay, price by request.
*Incl. final cleaning, bedsheet, towels etc
Downtown 2 min
Fjordcruise 5 min walk
Stavanger Konserthus 200 m
Sola Beach 20 km
Cozy and modern flat in an old wooden house from 1899. in the mainstreet of Old Stavanger.
From the flat you have a stunning view to the port of Stavanger, to the fjords and the mountains covered with snow in winterperiod
An open space livingroom with kitchen, dining table for 6, bedsofa for 2 and a japanese styled bedroom. for 2
A lot of light enter the rooms from the ceilingwindows and for sure a stay here will give you the right energy for your holiday.
The house has a charming and quiet garden in common. The garden -backyard is very private and you have sun here from almost mid-day to mid-night . Perfect place for your breakfast, lunch or dinner, or just relax with a book.
The garden is very green with beautiful flowers and fruittrees.
Photos>>> shot May 19. 2017
Old Stavanger on the west side of Vågen comprises 173 wooden buildings from the turn of the 18th century. Most of them are small, white cottages. Stavanger has received several awards for its efforts to preserve Old Stavanger.
This was one of three pilot projects carried out in Norway during the United Nations' Architectural Heritage Year in 1975.
Old Stavanger is a popular living area and many galleries and handicrafts' boutiques are located in this part of the city. Here are also Norwegian Canning Museum and Stavanger Maritime Museum.
Photos from Stavanger>>>
Welcome to Stavanger. The Stavanger region is Norway’s third largest conurbation with a population of about 400 000 inhabitants. The city itself has a population of 118 000.
The city of natural highs
Breathtaking surroundings with beautiful fjords, mountains, and long, white beaches. As a former European Capital of Culture, Stavanger also boasts an impressive assortment of museums and cultural events.
The Stavanger region has many scenic attractions, among them the Lysefjord, Sola beach and the world famous Preikestolen (“the Pulpit Rock”). Preikestolen is located 604 metres above sea level and is the most visited attraction in the county of Rogaland. Lonely Planet named it the number one most breathtaking viewing platform in the world.
What to do:
Just 100m from the apartment you have the Concerthall of Stavanger
Fjord cruise Lysefjord & Pulpit Rock
Just 3 min walk from the apartment, you have the boat that do fjord cruise. More info>>>
Hiking the Jæren beaches from Vigdel to Bore
Jæren beaches from Vigdel to Bore beach. The beaches are a fantastic place to walk and take in the wide horizons and endless sea. Most of the beaches are sand beaches with sand dunes, although there are also a few pebbled beaches. Start at Vigdel beach, where there are good parking areas. Follow the beach and coastline south, past Sele harbour, to Bore Beach.
Norway's best surf is found along the beaches of Jæren. This stretch of coastline invites you to explore the North Sea for wind and waves. The spots range from easy and gentle beginner beaches, to the more demanding and better boulder rock points, which doesn't work as often as the beaches.
Hiking to Kjerag
Kjerag - The Majesty of the Lysefjord, Forsand in Ryfylke.
At 1084 metres, Kjerag towers above the other peaks along the Lysefjord. It has been traditional to admire this mountain face from the fjord, but in recent years, it has become increasingly popular to walk up the path to the plateau. Most people are happy just to enjoy the view of the Lysefjord from the plateau itself, but for some hikers, the climax of the excursion is to be photographed on the Kjeragbolten, a round rock wedged solidly in a mountain crevice. Kjerag has also become a popular attraction for mountain climbers and base jumpers.
Hiking to the Pulpit Rock
The Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen), the most famous tourist attraction in Ryfylke, towers an impressive 604 metres over the Lysefjord.
The Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen), the most famous tourist attraction in Ryfylke, towers an impressive 604 metres over the Lysefjord. The plateau is approximately 25 x 25 metres, flat and you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Lysefjord and surrounding mountains. Along the trail, there are picnic areas and excellent bathing spots. Remember proper walking shoes/boots, walking sticks, warm clothing and food. 2 hours hike from Preikestolhytta to Preikestolen (one way). Season: April - October. How to get to Preikestolen: By public transportation in main seson: Ferry from Fiskepirterminalen in Stavanger to Tau and corresponding bus to Preikestolen Fjellstue where you start the hike, Boreal Transport or Tide Buss/Norled. www.boreal.no or www.tidebuss.no By public transportation in low seson: Ferry from Stavanger to Tau and corresponding bus to Jørpeland. The remaining part of the way is by taxi from Jørpeland to Preikestolen fjellstue (around 9 km).
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