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Parks & nature in Sandnes Municipality

Mountain
“Easy climb, great view from the top of the mountain, access to the hike by car, parking lot at the foot of the mountain. View over Sandnes, Stavanger and Høgsfjorden”
27local recommendations
Harbour / Marina
“Where to go to get the ferry to visit the Pulpit Rock, also bus stop for the airport shuttle, Flybussen”
26local recommendations
Park
“This beautiful park is super close to your room. Starting point is 2 min away. Very recommended. ”
13local recommendations
Park
“This is a large but well organized park. Its perfect for running and mountain biking. There is also a fitness park (bars) inside it. ”
10local recommendations
Park
“A large park. Great for walking and running. Sundays and Saturdays they usually serve waffles in a restaurant in the park. ”
9local recommendations
Playground
5local recommendations
Mountain
“If you arrive the Stavanger-area without a car and you wonder what to climb next when you are finished with Preikestolen/Pulpit Rock, visit the mountains and hills of Sandnes instead! Dalsnuten has an altitude of 324 m. A refreshing walk through easy terrain to the summit rewards you with a nice view of the Stavanger/Sandnes area. From Sandnes take the bus to Gramstad or Dale. You can also get to this area by boat from Stavanger to Hommersåk.”
7local recommendations
Skate Park
“It is a nice playground by the harbor which also has some equipment from oil industry on display.”
4local recommendations
Park
“Cute little artificial lake, surrounded by a green park, some of Stavanger's oldest wooden houses and just underneath the town bridge. Gathers lots of people in the summer months”
4local recommendations
Park
“Nice walk around lake, you will pass an open air public swimming pool and an arts centre.”
1local recommendations
Harbour / Marina
“The ferry takes about 30 minutes. There is also a taxi stand right in front of the ferry lay.”
3local recommendations
Harbour / Marina
“From here you can take the Lysefjorden tourist ferry into Lysefjorden during the summer months. Its a spectacular ride. You can bring your car. Its also the startpoint of National Tourist Road Ryfylke (road named rv 13; one of the 18 national tourist roads in Norway) So it can be a good way to reach the startpoint for a hike to Kjeragbolten. I will advice you to book ferry in advance. After hike you can drive down road named rv 45 down the montains leading into to road named E39 back to Stavanger and house. ”
2local recommendations
Park
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Park
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Harbour / Marina
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Park
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