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Guide: Here is Norway's best gjestehavner

It is 103 000 km long and contains 239 057 islands and 81 192 cut. We're talking about the Norwegian coastline that is around 2.5 times as long as the line aro

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Guide: Here is Norway's best gjestehavner

It is 103 000 km long and contains 239 057 islands and 81 192 cut. We're talking about the Norwegian coastline that is around 2.5 times as long as the line around the equator. In other words we are many nice places to visit in the summer.

Now the season has started for many of the users of the nearly 1 million Norwegian summer. Many of the boat owners will take advantage of the many good, and some not quite so good, gjestehavnene along the coast. Gjestehavner that provides shelter, safety, service and great experiences.

Where is the best gjestehavnene?

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Previously both the Farsund in southern norway, Finnøy in Møre and Romsdal and Klokkergården on Rødøy in Nordland county has been in the top in Dagbladet gjestehavnkåringer.

But where is the best gjestehavnene in the summer of 2020?

We let some of the Boat-Norway's most experienced småbåteksperter pick out their favorites.

Several of the experts point at Klokkergården Marina on Rødøy in Nordland county as their favorite. Others choose This or Ålesund at the top of their list. Here you can see the shortlists in the front of this year's Norgesferie.
If you believe that other gjestehavner should be added to the list, you can send us your tips. More about it a little bit further down.

Test yourself: are you Able båtførerprøven? "Plus, Ole Henrik Nissen-Lie, editor, Boating and Seilmagasinet

- The top four blends cultural history with good gjestehavner and opportunities for varied experiences in the countries. It is a bit difficult to rate because the gap is so big from the little idylls in the South of norway to the good ports in the major cities, " says the experienced båtmannen and båtredaktøren, which set up this list of their favorites.

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the Hamilton. Seilskutebyen with its whitewashed houses is a good port with very good service, where the guests usually are served bowls and a daily newspaper of havnevertene.

tourist center: Brosundet parts Ålesund in two and provides at the same time boaters shelter for the night. Photo: Odd Roar Lange/The Busy inspector Show more



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Ålesund. Art nouveau-city Ålesund has a completely sheltered guest harbour from all kind of winds and the sea, and it is wonderful to arrive after a tough race. Gjestehavna is well located between the well-preserved jugendbygningene and the cabins in Brosundet.

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Vågen in Bergen. Båtbyen Bergen was the capital of Norgesveldet, medieval North-Atlantic kingdom, and later part of the German hanseatic League. From bergen is still the boaters and it's nice to be in the Bay

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Aker Brygge in Oslo. By boat you can add in the centre of the capital, with a view to the Akershus fortress, which is lit up during the night, a short distance to the royal Palace and Karl Johans gate shopping street and with access to all the nightlife of Aker Brygge, and from other pleasures. Nearby is the naturidyller as the main Island and Steilene.

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Henningsvær. The Lofoten islands combines beautiful nature and old culture. A few years ago was the Lofoten islands, EU-approved brand for dried fish. In Henningsvær driver entusiasten Kalle Mentzen place Full Steam, which can be described as a mix of restaurant, museum and cod-liver oil factory. the

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Lyngør. In the small seilskutebyen is the sea the main road. This is one of the eight places in Norway on the Unesco's list of world cultural and natural heritage. No great comfort inn, but possible to lie at the pier for those who are early out.

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Stavern. The old marinebyen is strategically located at the entrance to the laxity lay layer layers. A good comfort inn with a short distance to the naturhavna Journeymen and a natural stopping place for boaters to around Rakkeboene.

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Fredrikstad, norway. In Fredrikstad you can lie in the centre of the pleasant plankebyen and in the vicinity of the båtbyggeriet at Isegran. It is a short distance to the Hvalerøyene and Swedish coasts for those who want to experience the naturidyller.

FHI with clear baderåd natural Magne Klann, sailing, båtjournalist and author

I give everyone the same dice, because they deserve it, " says Magne Klann has been sailing from the north Cape to the Lindesnes in the enmannsjolle!

Idyll: Portland offers both nostalgia and service. Photo. Elizabeth B. Christensen/Visit Norway Show more

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Portland (inner harbour). Perfect sørlandsidyll. Warm for all winds and the location in the heart of the city.

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Bekkjarvik. A good mix of the old and the new west coast. Known as the place in Norway where it is the most all pr. capita.

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Henningsvær. Lofottorskens birthplace. Very best one day godværsdag in march. When is the fishing season started and the snow-covered mountains stand in contrast to the settlement, the fishing boats and the deep blue sky.

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Vardø.

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Lillesand.

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Son (have to have with hjemhavna).

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Skjærhalden.

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Stavern.

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Oscarsborg.

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Tromsø

Atle Knutsen, editor Båtmagasinet In the top left: Klokkergården Marina on the Helgeland coast is many people's favorite. Photo: Klokkergården Show more

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Klokkergården. With impressive courage and a sense for the quality of the entrepreneur Malin Arntsen set Rødøy and Klokkergården on the world map.

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Kalvåg, Knutholmen. A vibrant fishing village that has managed the transition to our time. A hub for boaters - with a first-class restaurant.

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the Mandal. Well run, intimate guest harbour with a high standard in the heart of pleasant Mandal. the

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Bekkjarvik, Austevoll,

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Skjerjehamn in the Gulen

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Røvær, Haugesund

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Hardbakke, the Sognefjord

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Onarhamn, Tysnes in Hordaland

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Skartveit, Ryfylke

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Arendal

Jon Amtrup, sailor, author and fisherman Fiskerværet: This provides a sheltered and safe harbour for both pleasure boats and commercial fishermen. Photo: Odd Roar Lange/The Busy Inspector Show more

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Henningsvær, right in the heart of the Lofoten islands, with the bustling city life and opportunities for great hiking right out from the boat.

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Kjerringøy in Nordland, to experience the hamsuns rike and sharp mountain peaks.

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Rødøy, Helgeland coast, with the food and the atmosphere at Klokkergården and the trip up among the eagles on Fridays.

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Ålesund, on the way along the Norwegian coast is the closest compulsory stop in Ålesund for a trip up to byfjellet Aksla, shop for fresh fish (preferably borgundfjord cod if it is season) on the pier and a little bit late nightlife.

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Utsira, to really feel that one is in out in the ocean and, not least, the atmosphere and the friendly people on the island.

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Røvær outside Haugesund. It is almost mandatory to stop here to eat kumle and take the dinghy through the channel and out among all the small islands.

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Mandal, a small beautiful sørlandsperle often forbiseilt. You have the beach, good restaurants, shops within walking distance from the boat, all wrapped in white småhusbebyggelse.

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Stavern, sommerbyen on the way to the South coast with long-established Hotel Wassilioff and many small nice cafes, the old militæranlegget and the sandy beach out towards the Skagerrak.

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Oscarsborg, always good to visit, not only for a beer at the restaurant, but also as a reminder of the colonel Eriksens, "Oh, the devil to which the shoots with a sharp" that changed the German invasion, and the war here at home, of Norway radically.

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Skjærhalden, Hvaler, there is always a lot of life and good mood. Great sandy beaches a walk away.

What do you mean?

do you agree in the selection, or do you mean that other good gjestehavner should in on the list of Norway's best? Send us the name of the gjestehavna and a brief explanation to the orl@thetravelinspector.no

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