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This island was the next one of my island hopping. I must say the beautiful island, amazing scenery and the tipical houses. Ideal for walking and relaxing. There are two wharfs and a supermarket here. I recommend buying the Oslo Pass. The islands hopping is...More
Lovely little island. 2nd stop on the B2 line to the west side of the island.
Ferries seem to run every hour. Included with the ruter travel pass/Oslo pass
Can see the houses from the ferry pulling up though and the island there is a...More
I'm only 21 and I already want to retired on this island, it is so peaceful, and the houses are quaint. I could very easily settle down on the island, there are mussels all around the rocks at the coastal areas of the island. There...More
The Family tok a Sunday tour to Lindøya. Tok the boat from Rådhusbrygga. Found the system for wich boat to take a bit confusing, but desided on one we thought would be the right. And it was! But not many People to ask. I had...More
We took the ferry B1 to get here, the ferry takes you first along all the other islands, you can see all of them very well. We got off at Lindoeya Vest and got back on the ferry on Lindoeya Ost, like this we spend...More
We missed the last Fjord Cruise and so we decided to ho take ferry that serves the four nearby islands. It leaves from Aker Bridge several times a day. We used our Oslo pass so we did not have to pay any extra. The round...More