The lodge is a perfect starting point to explore the island and wider region with urban Stavanger as well as mountain and fjords on offer.
The island itself, the doorstep to the North Sea offers a varies exiting things to do and see all year around.
The restaurant opened at the former fish landing in July 2021, which has been a huge success. This has become a must-visit restaurant at the southwestern coast.
Experience the mighty seasonal storms. From safe distance you can feel the wind and watch the waves crashing into the cliffs.
The outstanding outdoor gallery was set up in August 2022, displaying art by Lauritz Haaland and other marine painters who lived at Kvitsøy.
As a part of Ryfylkemuseet, you can explore the history and tradition related to lobster fishing and the fishing industry at the ´Hummermuseum´.
Enjoy a spectacular boat-sightseeing and fishing, tour to Stavanger or to the incredible fjords.
Experience the island gem on a guided kayak or canoe tour or a swim tour with wet suit and swimming goggles.
The small and cosy roads on the island are perfect for a walk. You can also find several open air and marked hiking areas, sites for swimming, barbecue and roofed shelter.
The hiking area in the far east gives insight into exciting cultural history.
The cruciform wooden church built in 1591, is worth a visit and so are the view from the church.
Guided walking tour, visiting the church, the lighthouse and the Lobster museum. Rolf Skretting + 47 97 72 56 77