Port of Lyngdal
Lyngdal is the perfect ﬁrst – or last – stop on your journey through Norway. When you go ashore in Lyngdal, you will arrive close to the beautiful sandy beach innermost in the Rosfjord. Staff from the tourist information ofﬁce will be at hand to answer any questions you may have.
Take a stroll along the seaside promenade, a refreshing bath in the sea, or a walk up to the vantage point “Månen” with views over the entire fjord and the town of Lyngdal. From the seaside promenade it is only 2 km to the town centre – an easy 20-minute walk. A shuttle bus runs continuously between the seafront and the town. Lyngdal has a small, charming town centre with numerous unique little shops.
The actual historical and natural heart of the region’s immense cultural treasures stems from Lyngdal, at the very end of the Lyngdal Fjord. The sailing distance from the coastline is approximately 10 km (7,60 miles), with anchorage/use of tenders by the Port of Lyngdal. The approach surrounded by islets and mountains, forms a natural dividing line between the southernmost part of Norway named Sørlandet and the western part of our country, giving visitors a distinctive experience. Located between the cities of Stavanger and Kristiansand, Port of Lyngdal offers excellent opportunities as an alternative port of call along the coast.
Anchorage at this port presents excellent onshore logistical terms and is also highly cost-effective for the shipping companies The landing pier for tenders is the starting point for the varied themed excursions to well-known trademarks within the Lister region’s municipalities of Lyngdal, Kvinesdal, Lindesnes, Flekkefjord and Farsund/Lista. www.visitnorway.com/lyngdal