Summer by the Sea: Cabins of Southern Norway

Norway in summer is a magical place.  In the South, where I’m from, it does not stay light out 24/7 like it does further north.  However it does remain light out quite late; at midnight there is still some light.

Many people have cabins by the sea, where they try to spend as much time as possible.  Most people have boats so they can go out to fish, to sunbathe on the svaberg (smooth areas of rock) and to easily transport goods from the mainland.

My wife took something like 899 photos, but here are some of my favorites:

EIf you’re in the South of Norway this summer, don’t miss the opportunity to stay in a cabin!

 

This was a post by Norwegian Tripper and expat Kristian Salvesen. Connect with him via his Tripping profile.


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