Vakre Fevik. Foto: Nancy Bundt
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A delightfully idyllic archipelago, some of the most wonderful sandy beaches in Norway and a short drive to Dyreparken zoo in Kristiansand. Fevik is sure to be a family favourite for young and old.
Fevik is an idyllic village typical of South Norway and located in the region of Aust-Agder – practically halfway between Grimstad and Arendal. This picturesque village has been a popular holiday destination for years. During the 1950s and 1960s, the number of inhabitants in Fevik multiplied by ten in July when compared with the rest of the year. Luckily, the summer months are not so crowded any more.
Fevik can offer an array of beautiful beaches, sheltered bays and smooth rocky coastline. If there is a breeze, you will always be able to find a sandy beach that is perfectly sheltered from the wind, no matter its direction. The area is also home to a number of unique nature reserves with age-old beech forest, unique flora and well-marked trails.
Fevik is the perfect base for a holiday in South Norway for those who want to explore the natural beauty of this delightful region, but also enjoy a good pirate show and hearing the tigers roar in the zoo.