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Cruises visiting Eigersund & all Eigersund cruises for  2019-2020

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Eigersund municipality lies at the SW coast of Norway, due east across the North Sea from Aberdeen, Scotland. Egersund is the town and port on the strait. The town was known for its pottery factory (closed in 1979) and it is among Norway's biggest fishing ports. To get around town, rent a bicycle at the tourist office. Stroll around town and look out for Maurholen Golfpark, Egtersund Church, and beautifully preserved wooden house settlements. For an overview of the city, the strait and nearby islands, hike 15 minutes to the top of Varberg viewport with its 50m microwave tower.

At the foot of Varberg, at the head of Øvre Prestegårdsvei road, there are petroglyphs from the Late Bronze Age (c. 1000–500 BC), displaying two ships. Hauen - Egersund’s old town – is also worth visiting. The foundations date from when the area was first developed, during the period 1750-1800. It now features shops, cafes, art galleries etc. Vannbassengene is a recreational area near the city centre, with walking paths, fishing lake, and forest scenery. Out of town the landscape includes many rivers and lakes, as well as woods and several barren rocky and heather-clad moors.

Terland Klopp is located in Gyadalen valley 15 km from Egersund. It is a 60m long stone slab bridge from the early 19th century – well worth a visit. It is probably the longest and best preserved bridge of it’s kind in Norway. Plan a cycling/hiking of the region’s landscapes. Using your mobile, download the app ‘Magma Geopark’ and plan your tour Strolling in Egersund. The island of Eigerøya lies just off shore from Egersund, connected by bridge. The island has several well-known businesses and attractions including the Eigerøy war memorial from World War II. Eigerøy Lighthouse and Vibberodden Lighthouse are both located along the shores, possibly seen from cruise ships entering/leaving Eigersund.