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Leangbukta, Akershus, Norway

Leangbukta Marina is a small marina in the city of Leangen on the Norwegian coastline. Positioned in the Skagerrak Strait, the marina is home to white-beaked dolphins and a wide variety of fish species, making Leagbukta the perfect place for fishing enthusiasts. Leangen is a simple town, a visit here allowing you to escape from the daily ruckus of a large city. Near the marina you can taste dishes from various Caribbean specific restaurants like Kyoto, Szechuan restaurant or Persilleriet. With deep roots in the fishing industry, Leangbukta Marina offers a few places where you can taste fresh fish dishes right in the harbour giving you the opportunity to mingle with the locals. Hotels in the area are ready to receive and accommodate your every need. Enjoy a relaxing bath after a walk in the port, or a game of tennis on one of the many courts. Here is a list of the top hotels that reside in the vicinity: Quality Hotel Leangkollen, Thon Hotel Vettre, Holmen Fjordhotell or Scandic Asker.

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Attractions in Akershus

”The Fortress of Norway” and its second largest county, full of unique sceneries and historical heritage. Located west of Oslo, Akershus is the most demographically dense areas in the Norway. Considered ’’The Valley of Artists”, this marvelous region displays the real meaning of Scandinavian sceneries and the famous unique sunsets. The county got its name after one of its most famous landmarks: Akershus Fortress. Built in 1299, it is one of the best-preserved fortresses in Norway. The name means ’’The fortified house of Aker”.

Akershus is the home of various deep-rooted landmarks and places of culture. Among its top attractions we find venues like Asker Church – constructed in the 12th century and burnt in 1878, the Church was rebuilt in 1879 and hosts burial places that date back to the Iron Age, or Oscarsborg Fortress – A perfect natural defense situated on the coastline of the country.

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