Ula og Kjerringvik

The two small harbour towns of Ula and Kjerringvik lie furthest north along the coast. Here idyllic old homesteads lie scattered between the hills, surrounded by a beautiful coastline with soft beaches and sunbathed rocks. 

Boats have been built and tax paid on goods here since the time when the first fishermen and coastal pilots established themselves here almost 300 years ago. Over the past 100 years, however, tourists and summer visitors have started to play a much larger role in daily life. Numerous cabins and camping sites mean that the population is much larger in summer than it is the rest of the year, when just a few hundred residents live here.


If you are looking for a tranquil and relaxing place with sandy beaches and water, then you need travel no further. Just be careful, because you may never want to leave!


Population: ca 400.
Traveltime from Larvik station: 20 - 25 minutes.


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