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Built in 1655, Lindesnes Lighthouse is Norway's oldest lighthouse. It lies on the southernmost tip of the Norwegian mainland, 2,518 kilometers from the North Cape. The lighthouse has been designated a national lighthouse museum, and hosts various exhibitions relating to the development and history of lighthouses, maritime culture and so on. From the top of the lighthouse you have an amazing view over the coastal landscape.
Set of from the Guide Sør office in Kristiansand and enjoy a scenic drive via highway Lindesnes and the south cape. You will pass by the village of Mandal in route to the south cape.
Arriving in Lindesnes you will have one full hour to explore and enjoy this amazing sight. Climb to the top of the lighthouse, watch the movie about the history of Lindesnes, catch some spectacular photos of the southernmost tip of Norway. Its then time to head back towards Kristiansand, this time by coastal road. A short photo stop is made in the village of Høllen before following the North Sea Route back to Guide Sør.
Timing: Depends on the date you have booked your tour but the schedule goes like this.
00:00 – drive from pier in Kristiansand, scenic drive over mountains to Lindesnes
01:30 – arrive at Lindesnes Lighthouse – the south cape of Norway. Free time and visit.
02:30 – departure from the south cape for scenic drive along the coast to Høllen village
03:30 – short stop in Høllen (photo stop, toilet stop)
03:50 – departure for drive to Kristiansand and ship (along the North Sea Route)
04:30 – arrive back at ship