Ursula had us booked on a boat tour departing Stavanger for the nearby Lysefjord. Lysefjord is a 26-mile/42-kilometer-long fjiord located about 16 miles/25 kilometers southeast of Stavanger.
But along the way to the entrance of Lysefiord, be prepared to snap some interesting islands and houses with boat barns:
Just shy of a kilometer into the mouth of Lysefjiord is a rather unique building that looks as if it’s sinking into the ground. This is the Lysefjiordsenteret, a restaurant with a private quay (wharf):
And just beyond that is the picturesque Lysefjiord Hyttegrend (campground):
About fifteen to twenty minutes beyond this point the terrain begins to change:
So start panning upward to enjoy the views:
4 responses to “Transatlantic — Stavanger; Touring Lysefjord”
Typo at the end of the opening paragraph: “25 kilometers soiutheast of Stavanger.”
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For some reason, I frequently fumble-finger the ‘I’ key whenever I type anything with an ‘ou’ in it, which is rather embarrassing for someone named Doug.
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