Photo: Harald M. Valderberg

Small town charm

Flekkefjord became a city in 1842. The city and district have had up to five barrel factories, the last being closed in the 1960s. Flekkefjord is also famous for its tannery business, and has had several tanneries in operation over the years. During the sailing season there were many ships in winter storage in Flekkefjord. When the Dutch started to fill their port areas with stone, they came to Norway to pick it up. Flekkefjord had plenty of that product. A town has been named after this: Hollenderbyen. Here is the old white wooden house style well kept with small houses and cozy boathouses.

Not all cities are privileged to get a star in the  Michelin guide. Flekkefjord got it in 2006, for "One of the most charming white villages of the green coast".


Southern Norway at its best with old wooden houses, exciting culture and great experiences.

Idyllic Hidra

Take the ferry to Hidra! A beautiful and charming little island outside of Flekkefjord.

Rail biking

One for the book! Ride your own railbike at the old railway, Flekkefjordbanen.

Iconic potholes

The iconic potholes at Brufjell is an exciting place to visit.

"Dutch quarter"

Historic treasures and streert art in the Dutch quarter.

Hiking opportunities

Do you like hiking? In our district you find many great hiking trails.

Cultural center

Flekkefjord Cultural center Spira offers all sorts of events throughout the year.


Explore one of Norways greatest 18-hole golf courses in Kvinesdal.

The city beach

Want to take a swim? Grønnes - the city beach of Flekkefjord is a great place to enjoy a sunny summer day.