Aug 17, 2010


Yesterday we took a promenade from Haraldstøtta to Kvalsvik. Haraldstøtta is the grave of the Viking, Harald Hårfagre, who was the King that gathered the Norwegian counties to one kingdom, and was entombed here in 933. From this graveyard you can follow a path a long the coastline till you come to Kvalsvik which is a nice bathing facilities direct to the North Sea (and therefor very cold, brrr)

3 m high stone cross, a memory to King Haralds son
Eirik Blodøks.

1 comment:

  1. Salut!!!My name is bogdan from Romania!!!
    We can be friends ???