Lindesnes - Norway's southernmost point in mainland
Lindesnes is the southernmost point in mainland (57 ° 58'46 "N). Here you will find, among other Lindesnes lighthouse - the oldest lighthouse. From the lighthouse, you can enjoy the stunning views beyond the place where the two seas Skagerrak and North Sea meet, while the wind ruffled up hair!
Running Europaveien, it is easy to know when to turn off to drive out to Lindesnes. The exit is characterized by a roundabout which probably is the only roundabout with a lighthouse in the middle! The lighthouse is a replica of Lindesnes lighthouse and you then come to the community center called Vigeland.
Out on Lindesnes lighthouse can partly hike down in the bunkers and the many times that were built during World War II in the rocks under the lighthouse.
Regardless of whether you have plans to drive along Norway or not, it is almost mandatory to take a picture of yourself at the sign that shows how far it is to Norway's northernmost point - the North Cape.
Lindesnes municipality located at the bottom of AUDNEDAL that watercourse Audna creates. Lindesnes bordering Lyngdal west, Audnedal north, Marnardal and Mandal in the East.
Ca 10 minutes east of Vigeland is summer town Mandal, Norway's southernmost city.
With its whitewashed sørlandshus, narrow streets, a river that runs through town and beaches are summer town Mandal almost the definition of southern idyll.
A leisurely walk in Furulunden just outside the city are highly recommended.
Seafood Festival has become widely known, and the festival is always held the second weekend in August. Seafood Festival is a wonderful combination of gastronomic experiences, competitions and concerts - come and experience Mandal at its very best!