Monday, 3 August 2009

The light at the end of the Naze

Before rounding the corner again we stayed in a little harbour aptly called Lillehavn. Unfortunately, this had been spoilt by some large new grey holiday complexes. We could, however, hike to Lindesnes lighthouse from there, which was great fun - even if we were a bit surprised by how busy it was when we arrived (but then it's Norway's Land's End equivalent) and by the fact that the whole lighthouse peninsula was cordoned off and entry money was demanded.

At night outside the Lillehavn entrance

We berthed on the side of the harbour that was in a state of disrepair, opposite an ugly holiday development.

Lindesnes lighthouse, Norway's southernmost point

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