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Moss, Ostfold, Norway

Moss Marina is hosted by the city with the same name and offers tourists a unique experience and cultural window into Norway’s historical background. Most of the inhabitants of Moss live on the island of Jeløy, a beautiful quiet place with extraordinary flora and birdlife. The marina provides fishing enthusiasts with access to lake Vansjø, a rare and unique place where if you’re lucky you can come across the ’’catch of your life”. Moss is no place to get bored with. From its institutes of art like Galleri F15, Røed Gaard Manor, or the fifty different beaches that surround it, it will pamper you with cultural and leisure activities. Elegance is no stranger to this city as Hotell Refsnes Gods is its gem.Experience award winning kebabs from Ekeby Gård restaurant or Gudegården’s latest meal invention with raw seasonal dishes and modern taste. Accommodations are top rated in Moss, the best places of vacancy being Hotell Jeloy Radio, Hotell Refsnes Gods, Moss Hotel and Mitt Hotell.

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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