Rygge & Sandefjord, Oslo
Dals Ed Hotel Carl XII
Halden / Norwegen
Uddevalla ( E6 )
Amal / Bengtsfors
Nössemark on Stora Le is between Halden (Norway) and Bengtsfors.
The Stora Le is approximately 90 km long and up to 100m deep. He has the Dalsland Canal connection to the big lake Vänern - a paradise for boat and canoe enthusiasts. You can explore over 300 km of waterways. Rowing boat with motor is available, The boat is about 4.80 m long. Another rowing boat can be hired. Jetty in about 600 m. Canoes and bikes can be hired.
For more information, please see sweden-stuga. de
Holidays in Dalsland ...
The Swedish province of Dalsland thrilled with its unique nature and the many impressive historic cities. Here are stressed-out travelers the opportunity to find peace and relaxation. So it is not difficult to relax and recharge your batteries.
The Dalsland Province is located in the west of the country. Numerous hiking trails are waiting here waiting to be discovered by the wonderful green nature with seemingly endless forests and lush meadows of travelers on relaxing walks. Also for long bike tours there are many options here. They often lead past small rivers or lakes, and all impressive rocks. It is no wonder that is nature in Dalsland the most impressive sight.
Attractions and Activities in Dalsland
Crystal clear lakes and an impressive network of rivers with green fields and vast forests on its banks dominate the landscape in Dalsland. Together with the archetypical Swedish houses enchant the province so every holiday with her fabulous and incredibly natural charm. A very special experience here is the discovery of the region on the back of a horse. In Dalsland there are various options to explore the area. In the rivers and lakes, there are, for example, numerous offers for canoeing or kayaking. So any interested tourists, the region has the possibility of a completely different angle to explore.
But even if you are not traveling on horseback or on one of the many rivers of the region, you can discover some impressive things in Dalsland. One of the most important museums of the province is, for example, the museum in Upperud. Even the museum building is impressive. It was built entirely by an ecological concept and divided as perfect in the embossed image of the nature of the region. The museum overwhelming collections of things of daily use from the earlier times of the region or even of important works of art by artists of the province can be visited. The upper floor of the building also regularly changing exhibitions can be visited. So a visit to the museum every holiday is always marked by variety and exciting new exhibits.