This is a boating area that is also accessible from the mainland. Cozy cove with long shallow sandy beach. From the parking lot at Trosavigveien it is about a 15 minute walk on the marked path. Equipped with toilet and information boards.
Located furthest out on the northern sea approach to Egersund, it is only accessible by boat. The island is covered with coniferous forest and surrounded by rocky shores and steep cliffs. Jetty, toilet, information board and mooring bolts.
This is one of several islands in a smaller group of islands located in the northern sea approach to Egersund. Only accessible by boat. The islet is covered with mountain pine and surrounded by steep rocky beaches. Facilities include pier, mooring bolts, toilet and information.
Gyarhamn is one of the most popular boating areas in Eigersund. The harbour is located in a short “fjord arm” with two smaller branches. Alternates between steep hills and rocky shores surrounded by coniferous forests. Two mooring areas with piers and information. Mooring bolts and toilet.
Æsand – Navarsanden
This is a stretch along the coast with four small lovely isolated beaches. Beaches are wedged between steep hills. They are shallow and consist of small pebbles. Mostly used in conjunction with boating. No facilities.
Skadbergvågen is developed with emphasis on boating. The shoreline consists of fractured rocks bordering coniferous forest. Equipped with jetty, information, toilet and mooring bolts.
Egersund Guest Marina
Located in the inner harbour, has a service building with kiosk and outdoor dining. Toilets, laundry room, washing machine and drying room. The guest harbour is coordinated by Egersund Seilforening.
Mooring and anchorage at the boathouse. All-year banding.
The outdoor recreation area consists of inland, outcrop and a natural harbor called Hiking Harbor.