The 6 Best Things to Do in Tjome, Eastern Norway

Tjøme (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈçøːmə]) is an island in Færder, and a former municipality in Vestfold county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality was the village of Tjøme. The parish of Tjømø was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). Tjome was the childhood holiday destination for writer Roald Dahl.

1. World's End

Tjome, Norway Nature & Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Other Nature & Parks, Geologic Formations More
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World's End

Reviewed By Gunnar M - Oslo, NorwayOslo, Norway

Ocean, rocks, a lighthouse and great view.

Located at the south tip of the Island Tjøme the area called World´s End is now a national park. There are rounded granite rocks ground by the glaciers of the last ice-age forming small islands and an excellent view towards the ocean. The Færder lighthous

2. The Seaman's Wife

Verdens Ende, Tjome 3145, Norway Sights & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
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The Seaman's Wife

Nina Nesje from Tenvik in Notteroy in 2002, designed the sculpture. It will be cast in bronze.

Reviewed By thekrunys - Sandefjord, NorwaySandefjord, Norway

Statue with a view

Sjømannshustruen or The Seaman’s housewife statue is a monument that reflects the lives and sufferings of the fisherman’s housewives. There is a written description of this statue (in norwegian) that you might be interested to read. The statue is located

3. Faerder National Park Centre

Helgeroedveien 590, Tjome 3145, Norway Traveler Resources, Nature & Parks, National Parks, Visitor Centers More
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Faerder National Park Centre

Faerder National Park Centre was opened on June 27th 2015 by Her Majesty Queen Sonja. The role of the centre is to educate its visitors about the national park, the environment and about the significance of the ocean. Faerder National Park was established in 2013. It includes land areas, islands, skerries and seabed in the municipalities of Tjome and Notteroy. The park stretches from Ormoy in the north to Faerder lighthouse in the south and includes the islands south of Hvasser, The World's End (Verdens Ende) and Moutmarka. In the middle of the Oslo Fjord, Faerder National Park borders to Ytre Hvaler National Park.

Reviewed By Trondoc - Tonsberg, NorwayTonsberg, Norway

What a view

Certainly a place you must visit when you are in this district. and the view from the center is rare, here you see 360 ​​degrees and "almost " to Denmark. Also interesting to go here even in bad weather where you will see and feel the forces of nature.Tha

4. Holme Gard

Holmeveien 63, Tjome 3145, Norway Sights & Landmarks, Farms
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Holme Gard has a tennis court.

Reviewed By janreinertk - OsloOslo

Hundehatere

Hvis du har eller er glad i hund, ikke dra hit. Eieren truer med å skyte hunder som er løse, kjefter og smeller mot alle som har hund. Helt krakilske mennesker, både vertskapet og deres gamle foreldre.

5. Aktiv Fritid - opplevelser med utsikt

Enter a destinationTjome, Norway
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Aktiv Fritid - opplevelser med utsikt

Aktiv Fritid – experiences views - Certified Ecotourism Norway Activities: Via Ferrata, Teambuilding, Climbing park, Zipline, Bike rides (companies)and rent a bike. Base Camp lies on the beachfront on beautiful Tjøme island. We are open all year round, and we offer homemade food of local, organic ingredients. The vibrant and casual feeling of a meal served in Gamma, with open fire, charming oil lamps and candlelight provides an atmosphere of safety and warmth.

Reviewed By Chris M

Great day out! ?

Really great day out rock climbing! Would recommend to anyone who is in the area. Very friendly staff and great location.Thank you for your feedback from the Via Ferrata climbing :) Looking forward to see you again at Base Camp and Tjøme.Welcome back !

6. Padleopplevelser (Gokayaking.no)

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Padleopplevelser (Gokayaking.no)

Padleopplevelser (Gokayaking.no) offer activities related to paddling. Would you like to paddle a kayak, you have the possibility to find a course or a trip with us to any level and duration. Our base is right in Færder National (in the Oslo Fjord) at the beautifull Tjøme - perfect for kayaking. We offer you a good and safe start on the water and have experienced and entertaining instructors to help you. The national park is one of the best areas in Norway for kayaking and offers many varied opportunities. Summer is high season, but for kayakers also the winter is very beautifull in the national park.

Reviewed By Tricours

Perfekt kurs for å lære å padle

Veldig bra kurs som lær ut alt man trenger av sikkerhet og grunnleggende teknik for å kunne begynne å padle!Veldig hyggelig å høre at du har hatt et fint kurs. Vi prøver å gjøre vårt beste for at dere skal føle trygghet og mestring i kajakken så dere får mer lyst til å padle. Velkommen tilbake. Mvh Jan Pihl

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