Hvor er Vestfold?

Whaling museum
The Whaling monument
Sandefjord
Folehavna
Coastal path
The sculpture pavilion at Midtåsen
Brødrene Berggren fishmonger at the pier

Sandefjord is a modern town with an interesting history, beautiful nature and a variety of cultural happenings. Sandefjord is located 120km south of Oslo, with our local Airport only 10 km outside the town centre. You will find the entire range of accommodation options in town and outside - high standard hotels, appartments and private rooms. 

Sandefjord is a popular holiday destination. You will find a wide range of accommodation, and your hosts take pride in making your stay as comfortable as possible.

Sandefjord offers many places to eat memorable meals. Price-winning chefs with specialties from the sea side by side with tastes from around the world. 

Experience Sandefjord's three historical epochs: the Viking, spa and whaling periods. The outstanding cultural monuments include the unique in Europe special museum for whales and whaling, the vintage aircraft stationed Dakota and the Sculpture Pavilion Midtåsen with a selection of works by Knut Steen.

Foto: Anja Basma

Sandefjord has short walking distances. The shopping centre reigns majestic over Torget (the market place). Visit charming Bakgården with local artists and craftsmen. Bakeries with sweet temptations, and the country’s oldest privately-owned fishmonger is a curiosity in itself.

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