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The most modern and comfortable accommodation in Flørli. This historic villa was once the residence of the director of the Flørli Power Plant. It has been completely refurbished only recently, but some of the historic charm remains in its walls. The villa is situated high above the fjord and has a spectacular panorama view. It can be rented for a minimum of 2 days and is ideal for families and groups of friends. Welcome to a comfortable stay in authentic Fjord Norway!
The hamlet of Flørli is uniquely located in the middle of the Lysefjord, right inbetween Preikestolen and Kjerag, two of Norway's prime natural attractions. Main attraction in town is the giant stairway with its 4444 steps right up the mountain - the world's longest wooden stairway. The stairs were built in conjunction with the hydropower plant from 1916 down by the fjord. The now historic plant is no longer operative, but holds the reception, a summer-open café and a kiosk. Here you can also visit the exhibition about the Flørli history and see an old hydropower turbine and the control room. Flørli during summer is a bustling tourist attraction and you will enjoy the best of it, staying in this nice villa with its great view. It is important to realise however that Flørli is a secluded place accessible by ferry only. You should come here to relax, enjoy the natural beauty, hike, fish and do day excursions around the fjord :-)
Flørli 4444 is overlooking the Lysefjord. We rent out kayaks and rowing boats. The fjord near Flørli is aweinspiring with its huge vertical drops into the fjord and the idyllic green pastures where life clings to its shores. It's an almost pristine wilderness where you'll see seals, jumping salmon, eagles and other wildlife. Flørli is located right in the middle of the regions two main attractions: the Kjerag and Kjeragbolten are a daytrip away and also the famous Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) is within reach. See our website for details.
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Flørli, Rogaland, Norvegia