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Lyngdal is a municipality in Vest-Agder county, Norway.


Lyngdal was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838. Austad and Kvås were separated from Lyngdal on 1 January 1909 but they were again merged with Lyngdal on 1 January 1964, together with the area of Spangereid west of Lenesfjorden.

It is a coastal municipality, and borders to the southeast Lindesnes municipality, Audnedal to the northeast, Hægebostad to the north, and Kvinesdal and Farsund to the west. Lyngdal declared township on 1 January 2001.

Major sources of revenue are wood processing, agriculture, and commerce. Tourism is also central to the community, with the beaches of Kvavik and Rosfjord being popular resorts during the summer.

  •  Lyngdal Turistkontor (Lyngdal Tourist Information), Stasjonsgata 26, ☏ +47 38 33 48 33, ✉ lyngdal@regionlister.com. Information on Lyngdal and the region. 

Get in

By car

European route E18 goes through Lyngdal.

By train

The nearest train station is Snartemo in Hægebostad to the north, which is about half an hour's drive away, served by a shuttle bus.

By plane

The nearest international airport is Kjevik Airport (KRS IATA), located about 80 km (50 mi) to the east.

By boat

If one wishes to reach Lyngdal by car from the Continent, the ferry company Color Line operates car ferries from Denmark 2 times each day (3 times on Saturday - Monday), from Hirtshals to Kristiansand, which is about an hour's drive away.

Get around

Though Lyngdal is best enjoyed by car, some local routes are served by the bus company Sørlandsruta. There is a bus station in the centre of town.

The taxi central is located near the bus station:

  • Lyngdal drosjesentral, ☏ +47 38 34 51 60. 


  • Skreli. scenic area 
  • . archipelago outside Korshavn, with old buildings 
  • Kua (the cow). a statue in the town hall square 
  • Hausvik Fortress. dating from World War II 
  • Markøy. old, abandoned lighthouse 
  • Kvåsfossen. waterfall 
  • Lyngdal church. the second largest wooden church in Norway 
  • Kongeparken. burial mounds from the Viking era, close to Lyngdal church 
  • Klokkergården bygdetun. museum with, among other things, the smallest post office in Norway 


  • Lucky Strike. Bowling alley serving food. 
  • Sørlandsbadet. Indoor heated pool. 
  • Lyngdal Kulturhus, culture centre containing public library and cinema.


Lyngdal is a commercial centre for the western part of Vest-Agder. The city centre, Alleen , contains numerous shops, while the shopping centre Alleen Senter (counter-intuitively located outside of Alleen) is, as of early 2013, in the process of a significant expansion.


  • Lyngdal Inn. Trucks stop by E39. Serves the food typical for a place like this. 
  • Jonas B. Gundersen. Part of a chain of pizza restaurants. In Alleen. 


Lyngdal used to be a "dry" town, but with time a few places have cropped up where alcohol is served. Lyngdal Inn and Jonas B. Gundersen above, and Rosfjord Strandhotell and Paulsens Hotell below, all serve beer. Unlike before, one can now buy beer in the stores, and there is also a Vinmonopol (Wine Monopoly).



  • Paulsens Hotell & Cafe. Reasonably new hotel, with a 19th-century atmosphere. 
  • Rosfjord Strandhotell. Hotel right by the beach, where there is also a camp ground. 

Camp grounds:

  • Kvavik Camping. Situated next to a long beach. 
  • Lyngdal Campingpark. In between Kvavik and Rosfjord. 


Go next

  • Mandal
  • Kristiansand

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