Sand town center
Sand © Skattkammeret Suldal. Foto: RyfylkeFotografen.no
Spend a day in the fjord village Sand with cafes, shops and museums found between white wooden houses.
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Drinking from a river
Drinking © Skattkammeret Suldal. Foto: Lise Bjelland
Visit mountain tops and deep valleys with breathtaking views and the trail all to yourself.
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People going to the river
Salmon safari © Skattkammeret Suldal Foto: Lise Bjelland
Float down one of the biggest salmon rivers on the West Coast and visit Norway's first salmon studio.
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Blåsjø © Statkraft
Explore wild nature meets groundbreaking architecture on roads less traveled.
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Food in front of a river and bridge
Local cuisine © Skattkammeret Suldal. Foto: Lise Bjelland
Enjoy local cuisine and the relaxing village life from your bike.
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Discover Suldal – a treasure chest of attractions and experiences, set in scenic Fjord Norway. Stay and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere in and around Sand’s city centre, with its many shops and cafés. Float down the Suldalslågen river on a salmon safari, or visit the unique architectural sights along the Norwegian Scenic Route Ryfylke. Explore the website and plan for your visit to Suldal.

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Welcome to the Treasure Chamber Suldal!

Suldal is located along the Norwegian Scenic Route Ryfylke, in between Stavanger and Bergen and a two-hours drive from Preikestolen and Trolltunga.

In our treasure chamber between high mountain tops and deep fjords, you some of the tallest mountain peaks in the region, the famous salmon river Suldalslågen, award-winning architecture, charming villages, remote beaches all to yourself and communities rich on culture and traditions.

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Swim with the salmon and explore mountain trails off the beaten track

Suldal is a treasure chamber of experiences, and perfect for an adventurer looking for roads less travelled - where authentic personal experiences will be the highlight of your holiday. In Suldal you can have the mountains to yourself, breathe in the fresh air, float down one of the Norwergian west coast's biggest rivers to catch a glimpse the salmon on their way upstream, explore groundbreaking and innovative architecture along one of Norway's official scenic routes and, finally, enjoy a soak in a steam bath by the lake.

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A range of opportunities throughout the year

The Treasure Chamber Suldal contains many unique things to do and places to see all year. Looking for something special during your visit? Try out our seasonal activity suggestions below.

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Summer

Summer is a fantastic time to visit Suldal with its green vegetation, wide range of trekking opportunities, summer open museums and lively town life.
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Autumn

Autumn brings out Suldal's fame with fishermen from all over the country coming to the valley for their chance of catching their big fish.
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Winter and Spring

Whether you like to explore snow covered mountains in silence or soak in a warm bath, Suldal will make you feel at home during the coldest months of the year.
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Welcome to Suldal

As a guest in The Treasure Chest of Suldal, you can find something for everyone and everything from fjords to mountains. You can experience a natural environment that will provide you with rich sensory experiences. All of this is waiting for you if you are looking for an active holiday, or, alternatively, you can spend your time enjoying our modern architecture or historical buildings. The great local food on offer will make a great day even better.
The National Tourist Route in Ryfylke runs through Suldal, allowing travellers to enjoy lush fjords and rugged mountains.
Suldal is rich in natural resources and water has been an important resource for Suldal throughout history. Today, you can enjoy a wide range of water-based experiences, from Norway’s largest power magazine, the Blåsjø Reservoir, high up in the mountains, to the salmon river, Suldalslågen. 
The locals are proud of their town and their region and they will offer you a warm welcome.
Welcome as a guest to Suldal!
Gerd Helen Bø, Mayor of Suldal

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