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Feøy

Feøy, Karmøy, Norway

Beaches
Lake/ River/ Ponds

About Feøy

Feøy is known for its archipelago-like inlets and canals, idyllic beaches and outdoor areas. Feøy has excellent on-shore angling possibilities and you can rent a rowboat for sea angling. On Feøy you can have a quiet and peaceful experience in close contact with nature.


Attractions near Feøy

Røvær6.98km from Feøy

The island of Røvær is a 25 Min boat trip from Haugesund where Røvær Kulturhotell provides excellent accommodation and cuisine. Røvær can provide you with peace and quiet and the possibility of participating in all the exciting activities the island and the sea have to offer.

Haraldshaugen7.68km from Feøy

Haraldshaugen is a countrywide monument in Haugesund, Norway. The monument turned into erected during the millennial party of Norway's unification into one nation beneath the rule of thumb of King Harald Fairhair. Haraldshaugen became unveiled on July 18, 1872, by using Crown Prince Oscar in reference to the only thousand 12 months anniversary of the Battle of Hafrsfjord. The monument is designed by means of Norwegian architect Christian Christie.

Utstein39.87km from Feøy

Utstein Abbey is Norway's best-preserved medieval monastery. It is located on the southern shore of the island of Klosterøy in Rennesøy municipality, Rogaland county. It was built in the late 1200s. Utstein Church is located on the grounds of the abbey.

Fjøløy40.66km from Feøy

Fjøløy lighthouse was built in 1879. Automated in 1977. Recreational area. Signposted from E39 towards Utstein Monastery. The area is now facilitated with a universally designed path. You can discover interesting Norwegian war history combined with marvelous nature experiences in the area. This is one of the Cultural and recreational areas for the public.

Tungenes Fyr45.81km from Feøy

A beautiful lighthouse located in the Rogaland county of Norway. The lighthouse is no longer in use, but it is used as a fine arts center and lighthouse/maritime museum. There is also a cafe in one of the buildings. Historically, the lighthouse was the main light marking the entrance to the Byfjorden.

Talgje50km from Feøy

A beautiful and populated island which was located in the eastern part of Stavanger municipality in Rogaland. The Talgjefjord Tunnel connects the island to the larger island of Rennesøy which in turn is connected to the mainland through a series of tunnels and bridges. The island has a long history. The farm that today is known as Gard was once the seat of major clans that controlled the western part of Norway.

Where is Feøy

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Rogaland34 attractions

Mainly a coastal region with fjords, beaches, and islands. It is the center of the Norwegian petroleum industry.