Lindesnes Fyr, Spangereid

Climb the 109 stairs to the top of the 16 m (52 ft) cast-iron lighthouse at Lindesnes Fyr, on the southernmost point of Norway. Watch large waves crash into the rocks below, and visit the on-site museum, rotating exhibits, and gallery of local artists, all included in the price of your entrance ticket. Ask at the visitor center for a map marked with various hikes that begin from here. Stop by the gift shop on your way out, where you can find many items made with sea water, including the famous lighthouse bread with seaweed. Plan to see Lindesnes Fyr and other attractions that appeal to you using our Spangereid road trip website.
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  • This is Norways oldest lighthouse from 1636. It has a fantastic view and a museum which is worth a v is it. The car ride to Lindesnes is also very worthwhile.  more »
  • Awesome views, available small shop with souvenirs, cafe, tables with benches to have a lunch break, toilets. We took this trip with a dog and two kids below 10 years old. When visiting keep the...  more »
  • Beautiful place, If u are in the area its a must. Very polite and professional staff. (Museum/Cafè/Guided tours(Only in the summertime.) Take a camera and go to the top of the lighthouse :)
  • Good stories of the past. Good that you can actually inside the top of the (short) lighthouse !

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