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Approximately 5½ Hours
Lista Lighthouse is a 112-foot-tall stone tower which was lit for the first time in 1836. During the Second World War, a bunker system was built around the lighthouse to protect it. Take the 134 steps to the top and enjoy the fantastic view of the Lista Peninsula and the sea.
Adjacent to the lighthouse is an art gallery, an information center and an ornithological station, all shedding light on various aspects of the region.
Next, head to South Cape and the Lindesnes Lighthouse. Built in 1655, this is Norway's oldest lighthouse. It lies on the southernmost tip of the Norwegian mainland -- 1,564 miles from North Cape. The lighthouse has been designated a National Lighthouse Museum and hosts various exhibitions relating to the development and history of lighthouses and maritime culture. The lighthouse host invites you to watch a film about the region's history; then, join him/her for a tour through the museum. From the top of the lighthouse, take in a sweeping view over the coastal landscape. The South Cape area is quite beautiful whatever the weather.
A tasty lighthouse muffin snack goes well with a cup of coffee or tea before you return to pier
Please note: Dress warmly in layers with a wind- and waterproof outer layer; bring gloves, a scarf and a warm hat. Wear sturdy non-skid walking shoes.