Sandefjord in Vestfold

Sandefjord offers shopping with speciality shops and shopping center. All within short walking distance. Enjoy a memorable meal at a restaurant or drop by one the bakeries and enjoy the cosy atmosphere of this town. Sandefjord is also known for its connection to Sweden with the Color Line or the Fjordline ferry. The international airport Torp is also located in Sandefjord. It is simply very easy to travel to Sandefjord.

Bakgården Café
Bakgården Café
Photo: Bakgården Café

Bakgården Cafe

Norwegian Seafood

Brygga 11 is a popular restaurant and the owner and chef Geir Skeie is winner of Bocouse D’Or 2009. Here you can eat excellent Norwegian seafood. Enjoy different fish courses and shellfish, todays catch or a 4-course menu. The restaurant is located by the seaside and absolutely worth a visit in Sandefjord. Taste the treasures from the Norwegian sea at reasonable prices.

The Coastal Trail in Sandefjord

The coastal trail in Sandefjord is easy to reach and gives you a nice walking experience. The coastal trail on Vesterøya offers 25 kilometres of marked trails for hikers where Folehavna, with its smooth coastal rocks and stunning view, lies at the entrance to the open sea. The coastal trail on Østerøya is 20 kilometres long and passes through an area known for its rich and varied fauna.

The Coastal Trail in Sandefjord
The Coastal Trail in Sandefjord
Photo: Foto_Anja E A Basma

The Whaling Museum

The Whaling Museum in Sandefjord is Europe’s only museum of whales and whaling. Their regular exhibitions and events offer something for the whole family. The Whaling Museum’s aim is to be a central institution in the presentation of a wide range of material connected to the history of whaling as well as the ecology and management of whales and their habitat.

 

Facts about Sandefjord

 

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