Would you like to experience something out of the ordinary? Try staying overnight at a lighthouse!
The coast of Norway is over 100.000 km long and there are many lighthouses along the coast. All of them are set up to guide sailors safe on journeys and many of them have a fascinating history. Along the Fjord Coast you will find 4 lighthouses where it is possible to stay overnight.
Utvær Lighthouse in Solund is the westernmost lighthouse in Norway. During the summer, you can join a lighthouse safari to Utvær. It is also possible to stay overnight at the lighthouse.
Kvanhovden Lighthouse is located north of Florø, on the island Hovden. Located on a cliff, the lighthouse has a spectacular location. The lighthouse is simply furnished and has room for 10 people in three bedrooms.
Stabben Lighthouse guides sailors safe towards Florø, the westernmost town in Norway. The lighthouse was built in 1866 on a slippery, rounded-off skerry in the middle of the shipping lane. You can stay overnight at the lighthouse, and it is also possible to rent the lighthouse for day visits and dinners.
Geita Lighthouse is located east of Værlandet, in the municipality of Askvoll. Built in 1897, the lighthouse is today protected. It is possible to rent the lighthouse for accommodation or day visits.
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Would you like to experience something out of the ordinary?
Then staying in a lighthouse might be something for you. Kvanhovden Lighthouse lies just outside Florø, approx. 30 mins journey by boat. Right out on the coast, where the sky meets the...