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PICTURES from KARMØY

The copper of the Statue of Liberty in New York came from Karmøy. A pearl in the West Located at the southernmost tip of Karmøy, where the lighthouses peer out ouer Skudefjord and the North Sea, lies the charming harbour and fishing village of Skudeneshavn.

 Sandvesanden  
Sandvesanden

The south of Karmøy offers mile after mile of beautiful heathland and white, sandy beaches.

Facing the North Sea Karmøy boasts a wealth of fine, sandy beaches as well as coves and creeks hewn out by the perpetual motion of the thunderous rollers. On a sunny day nothing is perhaps quite so enjoyable as a day on one of our louely beaches. Sandvesanden near Skudeneshavn and Åkrasanden further west offer white sands and crystal clean water.

 Geir Roald Røstenskar