Korshamn Fishing Village
Korshamn is the southernmost fishing village in Norway. It has small, quaint cobbled streets and a sheltered guest harbour. It is a thriving community and a popular holiday destination especially for fishermen. Take a family sight-seeing boat trip among the skerries or a deep-sea fishing tour.
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offers a diving centre, deep-sea fishing trips and sight-seeing boat trips
(every Sunday in July) among the skerries. It also has an art gallery open
in the summer (closed Mondays) exhibiting works by famous Norwegian artists.
The small chapel (1906) will open by appointment.
Nearby islands of Sutnøy, Kjopsøy and Saelor are popular for boat excursions from Korshamn.
Kartblad 1411III Lyngdal, 819 330
Leave E39 in Lyngdal , follow signs for Alleen and Revoy. Korshamn is at the end of the road.
Distance from Stavanger:
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Travel time from Stavanger:
3 hours by car
Duration of the visit:
20 minutes or more
Restaurant and bar
Great to explore all the islands and beaches. Beautiful beach at Sutnøy.
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