Norway – Lighthouses

Here are various lighthouses we saw around southern Norway this past summer. Most are some version of a red-and-white lighthouse (including Norway’s most famous Lindesnes Fyr) but also included is the brick tower of Lista Fyr and the charming white house that is the foundation of Søndre Katland Fyr.

Norwegian flags wave in front of Lista Fyr near Farsund, Norway
Rocky beaches surround Søndre Katland Fyr outside of Farsund, Norway
Looking up at Lindesnes Fyr
Driftwood on the beach, and a lighthouse in the distance at Kaviksanden
A small lighthouse at Tåneset near Mandal, Norway
Getting closer to Varnes fyr, perched on a cliff of rock
A closer look at Varnes fyr near Farsund, Norway
A rusty lighthouse on the island of Asmaløy in Hvaler, Norway
A closer view
Varnes Fyr, northwest of Farsund, Norway
A partial view of Lindesnes Fyr in southern Norway
A small lighthouse at Tåneset, near Mandal, Norway
A lighthouse in the distance seen from Haviksanden beach
Lindesnes Fyr, at the southernmost point of Norway
Looking out towards Søndre Katland Fyr outside Farsund, Norway
Looking up at Lista Fyr near Farsund, Norway

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