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Engelsvik, Ostfold, Norway

Engelsvik Marina is located on Norway’s coastline in Engelsviken city, also known as Engalsvik. The marina is host to a large sized port and is a gateway to a pleasant city. It is full of life, bird watching being the most important activity that attracts tourists from all around the world. Looking for a vacation in a pleasant atmosphere and fantastic foods? This is the place to visit. The most important industrial Landmark in the area is a fish can factory, a family business started in 1867 which is now managed by the fifth family generation. The most famous restaurant in Engelsvik Marina is Engelsviken Brew. Serving mostly seafood and fish dishes, it will astonish you with rustic display and modern cooking. If you want to try “The best fish soup in the country” then Engelsvik Marina is a must see. Regarding accommodations, Engelsviken connects with the Fredrikstad area where you will benefit from the hospitality of Norway’s finest hotels such as: Hotel Fredrikstad or Hotel Victoria.

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Attractions in Ostfold

"The heartland of Scandinavia", home of the Vikings and one of Norway’s oldest inhabited regions. Located between Oslo Fjord and Sweden in the North Sea, Østfold is Norway’s second smallest county. Considered Norway’s gateway to Europe, summertime is an excellent opportunity for a vacation full of sunbathing and swimming. It is a region full of diverse nature such as forests, lakes, rivers and a fantastic coastline. All cities in the county have their local forests making it the perfect place for hikes in the meadows. Petroglyphs and burial mounds place Østfold among Norway’s oldest inhabited regions. This area was part of Vingulmark during the Viking Age. The countryside is full of ancient monuments and historical landmarks such as The Ancient Road (Oldtidsveien) between Fredrikstad and Skjeberg. “20 kilometers further on and you are 3,000 years back in time.” Until the time of Harald Fairhair, Østfo... more info