Small beach behind Gamlehaugen by Nordåsvannet.
Gamlehaugen is His Majesty the King's official residence in Bergen. Here you will find a small beach with a large area for sunbathing on the lawn.
Gamlehaugen is open for guided tours in the period 8 June -14 August 2022.
Parking at Gamlehaugen.
By bus: no. 51 or 53 from Bergen Bus Station to Fjøsangerkrysset, from there walking distance.
By car: follow the E39 south from Bergen city center, approx. 5 km. Turn left towards Paradis, rv. 556, and then on fv. 5200, follow the signs to Gamlehaugen.
GPS: 60.3435, 5.3384
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