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Larvik, Vestfold, Norway

Larvik Marina is a large size marina in the city of Lavrik, a cultural gem of the Norwegian heritage. Well placed on the coastline of Norway and with easy access to Skagerrak Strait it is a fisherman’s paradise and the answer to every wildlife enthusiasts’ prayer. The city was founded by Ulrik Fredrik Gyldenløve, who later became the count of the Larvik. His castle is still open for visitation and is one of the most important landmarks. Museums like Treschow-Fritzøe,or Larvik Maritime Museum will transport you back to the time of iron and wood industry. The area’s most popular beach is Lydhusstranda at Naverfjorden. This marvelous beach offers nautical sports as well as guided tours on the coastline. The food here is amazing and always fresh. Taste unique fish dishes or traditional cuisine. The top rated restaurants are Becks Braserie & Bar, Spiseriet and Farris Bad. Accommodations are offered by the best names in the area: Grev Gyldenløve Hotel, Farris Bad and Toldgaarden Gjestegaard.

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Cancellation Policy of Larvik : restrictive

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Attractions in Vestfold

A magnificent retreat with calm waters and a fantastic coastline view - The county of Vestfold is the smallest region in Norway and is located on the west side of the Oslofjord. Numedalslågen River cuts through the heart of this district creating diverse landscapes and a multitude of islands in the vicinity. It is a wildlife paradise with mostly lowlands, the absent mountains or hills making the climate very pleasant. This region has deep roots in sailing history as it was the command post of Norway’s whaling armada. Vestfold has a regal background, many kings of Norway calling this area home: Erik Agnarsson, Halfdan the Mild or Gudrød the Hunter being the most famous names. This refuge is unique and provides a little change, something a bit different than what you would normally expect from a Norwegian county. It is composed of 14 municipalities, the largest being Larvik, Sandefjord and Horten.

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