Nevlunghavn is situated in the Larvik municipality of Vestfold county, Norway. This little fishing town has managcd to preserve its' original character and has has been placed on the United Nations list of places worthy of preservation. It is a popular summertime destination with cafés, shops, a sandy beach and several interesting art galleries in the old shrimp factory.
Close to Nevlunghavn is Mølen, a huge moraine from the glacial age with 14 huge Bronze Age and early Iron Age burial places made of rolling stones. The site is so striking, it is often used in fashion photo shoots.
Also nearby is Norway's smallest town, Stavern, affectionately known as "The Dimple of Norway." Its charmingly quaint streets and wooden houses are still intact, and the town has been home to many of Norway's most well-known and celebrated.
Things to See & Do
* Cafes and shops
* Art galleries
Cruise Season – Feb to Dec
Currency - Norwegian Krone (NOK)
Language – Norwegian
Land Area - 535 km² (Larvik)
Population – 42,000 approx (Larvik)
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time - GMT plus one hour
International Country Telephone Code – +47
Port Location – The port is located in Nevlunghavn harbor.
Travel Links – If one travels with Vestfoldbanen (Train) the trip from Oslo takes 2 hours. Sandefjord airport, Torp, is situated 25 km from Larvik.
Color Line runs the ferry connection to Hirtshals in Denmark all year round.