Meet the locals at Ulvesund lighthouse. Hear about the history of the lighthouses in the area, taste norwegian food and snacks and enjoy a journey back in time. Ulvesund Lighthouse (Norwegian: Ulvesund fyr) is a coastal lighthouse located on the mainland coast along the Ulvesundet strait. It was first lit in 1870 and automated in 1985. The lighthouse is owned by the Norwegian Coastal Administration and is used as cultural cafe and lodging house.
|Itinerary||2 h 30 min total|
|0 min||Departure from pier by bus|
|25 min||Meet the locals at the lighthouse|
|1 h 40 min||Bus ride back to pier|
|25 min||Arrival at pier|
|Capacity||Maximum 16 per group|
The trip to Ulvesund Lighthouse requires the visitor to climb a short and slightly steep pathway from the road up to the lighthouse. The transportation from the ship to the lighthouse is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible. If you have any concerns or questions about accessibility, please do not hesitate to contact us prior to booking the tour to discuss accommodations or alternatives.