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Dutch timber, stone and lobster traders were doing business in Flekkefjord as long ago as the 16th century. The trading centre was in the upper part of the town. It had hostels and inns, and Dutch traders brought their boats here, anchoring at “Høllen”. These were small vessels, often with the whole family aboard. Later, this district came to be known as “the Dutch quarter”. Little remains from those times, but a walk through some of the oldest settlements in the town, with the wooden houses, is a delight. Notice the beautiful Grand Hotell from 1898 in Øvrebyen, as well as Peersen the goldsmith’s, which sells replica bracteates – finds from Viking graves on Gyland.

Flekkefjord Tuurist Information
Elvegaten 1, 4400 Flekkefjord.
Tel: 38 32 80 81
E-mail: touristflekkefjord@smaabyen.no

Summer season (5th of June to 18th of August):
Mon–Sat 10 am to 4 pm, 

Rest of year:
Mon–Fri 9 am to 3 pm



Galleri Omland
Galleri Wiebe Kunst
Hågåsen coastal Fort battery Hidra
Sandviga Beach
The Flekkefjord Church


Flekkefjord Diving Club
Grønnes beach
Hiking to the potholes at Brufjell
Rail Biking tour in Flekkefjord
Sira beach


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