Fly from Aberdeen Airport to Haugesund with Loganair.


Akrafjord is one of the world's most beatiful waterfalls - narrow with steep cliffs on either side and over 600 metres of freefalling water. It is truly impressive and was announced as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world by CNN. Take a fjord cuise and enjoy the best views of the waterfall from a boat and take in the spectacular landscape.

Old Skudeneshavn

The quaint and charming sailing town of Skudeneshavn dates back to the 1800s and can be found on the southern tip of Karmoy Island. The town gradually emerged and today comprises over 100 well-preserved wooden houses. Discover the town and take in the atmosphere of a bygone age or take part in "The quest for the lady of the park" - a puzzle adventure that is fun for the whole family.


The Islands of Utsira and Røvær

The Islands of Utsira and Røvær are just a short boat trip away from Haugesund, with their welcoming inhabitants of 215 and 110, respectively. Breathe in the fresh North Sea air as you jump aboard the boat or maybe even go for a refreshing swim.


The Maritime and Cultural City

The heart of the town can be found on the quayside by Smedasundet strait, with the bustling of the city's lively residents and visitors. Take a walk around the many restaurants and pubs that line the city's harbour or take a boat ride from the quayside along Smedasundet strait, between the beautiful islets of Risoy Hasseloy and Vibrandsoy.

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