Holiday Accommodation Rogaland (1)
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Rogaland holiday accommodation is set in a county in west Norway. Here you’ll be in an excellent location for outdoor recreation, with breathtaking scenery in almost every direction. One of the most important natural landmarks in the area around Rogaland self-catering chalets is the Manafossen waterfall, which is 92 metres in height, making it one of the tallest in Norway. Meanwhile Preikestolen (the pulpit rock), is another of the most popular natural attractions in the county. This mountain, 600 metres in height, takes around two hours to scale, and offers truly astounding views of Lysefjord below. You could also explore the fjord a little closer to ground level, where you’ll find a number of easier walking routes, all easily reached from holiday home apartments in Rogalund. Another activity on offer close to Rogaland self-catering accommodation is cycling – in fact Norway’s North Sea cycle route passes through the county. Along this stretch of the route you’ll encounter unspoiled sandy beaches and towering fjords. If you have a taste for adventure and are in good shape, you’ll be able to enjoy plenty of climbing close to holiday home apartments in Rogaland. Kjerag, also situated next to Lysefjord is considered a real hotspot, offering excellent big wall climbing, bouldering and rock climbing for enthusiasts. For history buffs, at Austre Amoy, easily reached from Rogaland self-catering chalets there are some important rock carvings, dating back more than 3,000 years. Weather Rogaland self-catering accommodation is set in a part of Norway with a surprisingly temperate climate, with neither excessive lows in winter or highs in summer. Best Time to Visit The scenery around Rogaland holiday rentals is perhaps best enjoyed in mid-summer, when temperatures reaching the high teens make it ideal to be out and about. Reaching Rogaland Rogaland holiday chalets and apartments are served by Stavanger airport (SVG) with flights to and from a number of European destinations.