A campsite with camping pitches directly on the water, in a wonderful location directly on the Seljordsvatnet (lake). Wonderful sandy beach, many water sport options.
Seljord Camping in Seljord in the Telemark region
Seljord Camping is situated in a beautiful location right on the Seljordsvatnet near the junction of the "36" with the E134 in Seljord. Many campers pass this intersection and so the campsite is popular for passers-by. But due to its location, the sandy beach and the many facilities, many campers stay here longer than 1 night. Perhaps also to catch a glimpse of the Seljordsormen (sea worm - "sister" of Nessie in Loch Ness). Because the story goes that this 13 - 15 meter large sea worm lives in the Seljordsvatnet….
At Seljord Camping
The campsite has beautiful camping pitches (grass and gravel) along the beach and a number of beautiful cabins and bungalows. And also a beautiful covered grill area, free WiFi, a playground, bicycle and go-kart rental and well-maintained sanitary facilities. In addition, the beautiful location on Lake Seljord offers plenty of water fun. You can swim in the lake, there is a water trampoline and you can rent canoes, kayaks and pedal boats. The village of Seljord (including a supermarket) is within walking distance of the campsite. There are excellent fishing, walking and cycling opportunities in the immediate vicinity.
Hardangervidda and Gaustatoppen
The Gaustatoppen with a height of 1.883 meters - according to many, one of the most beautiful mountains in Norway - is located near Rjukan (1.5 hours from the campsite). The Gaustatoppen can be climbed, but the top can also be reached with a cogwheel train, which takes you up IN the mountain. Very spectacular. On top of the mountain you have an unforgettable view. It is said that up to a clear view you can see 1/6 part of Norway. Wow! Certainly no less beautiful is the Hardangervidda, with 8.000 km2 !! the largest high plateau in Europe and a paradise for hikers.
Nice location at junction E134 and the "36" in Seljord
Seljord Camping is close to the intersection of the "36" which runs from Bo to Seljord and the E134 which runs from Drammen to Haugesund. The E134 is one of the few roads that runs from east to west Norway, so many campers pass through Seljord. Seljord Camping is therefore interesting for a short stay, but many campers usually stick to it for a few days. Most campers who are in transit drive to the beautiful town of Haugesund or to Odda where the Hardangerfjord begins, or further to the Sognefjord or Geirangerfjord.
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