Stavanger holiday accommodation is set in West Norway, in a region boasting outstanding natural scenery with a host of outdoor recreation for all visitors. Lysefjord is located in the region around self-catering chalets in Stavanger, and is famed for its impressive Preikestolen, a sight that can be viewed from the water on a boat tour, or climbed. It takes about two hours to reach the top of this mountain and the views here of the fjord are simply breathtaking. Could also make your way from a Stavanger holiday home apartments to Lysefjord to climb Kjerag – this mountain is considered an excellent location for bouldering and rock climbing. A wealth of other outdoor activities can be enjoyed around self-catering chalets in Stavanger. The list is almost endless, but among the most popular are kayaking, hiking, biking and fishing. The North Sea cycle rout crosses this region and will take riders past pristine beaches and fjords. Canoe tours are also available close to Stavanger self-catering holiday rentals and offer a beautiful new perspective on the spectacular landscapes here. In the town around Stavanger self-catering chalets there are a number of fascinating sights. The Petroleum Museum offers deeper insight into one of Norway’s most important industries, while the Kongeparken offers a fun-packed day out for all the family.
Weather On holiday a Stavanger chalet you’ll be able to expect relatively mild weather for most of the year. Winters are cool without constant sub-zero temperatures, while summer highs reach the upper teens.
Best Time to Visit Stavanger self-catering accommodation is best visited in mid-summer when conditions are ideal for getting out and enjoying the stunning scenery on land or on the water.
Reaching Stavanger Stavanger Airport (SVG) is just minutes from Stavanger self-catering chalets and holiday home apartments, and has connections to cities across the continent.