Events & Sight seeing


Exciting Announcements for Our Upcoming Event!

We are thrilled to share some key highlights and special activities planned for our event. 

Featured Activities

Join us for an unforgettable experience exploring the beautiful city of Stavanger and its surroundings. We've organized special tours for our attendees to immerse themselves in the local culture and breathtaking nature.

Hike to Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock)

  • Date: 6th June
  • Experience: Embark on a memorable hike to one of Norway's most famous natural attractions, Preikestolen. This is a perfect opportunity for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts to capture stunning views of the fjords.
  • Preparation: Ensure to wear comfortable hiking shoes and bring suitable outdoor gear. The hike is moderately challenging and offers a rewarding experience.
  • How to Join: We'll arrange transportation to the starting point of the hike

      Registration Instructions:

      • Email Registration: To secure your spot for the hiking trip, please send an email to Ljubiša Gavrilović at Include your full name, contact details.

      Important Note:

      • The hiking trip is limited to the first 45 participants on a first-come, first-served basis. We encourage you to register early to secure your place. Ensure to register as soon as possible to join this memorable adventure.

      Payment Details:

      • Trip Fee: The cost for participating in the trip is FREE
    • Itenary :


    09:00: Depart from Sola Strand Hotel.

    09:15: Brief stop at Stavanger Sentrum.

    10:00: Arrival at Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) Base Camp. Prepare for the trek.

    10:00 - 12:00: Trek from Base Camp to the top of Preikestolen. Enjoy the ascending trail and the evolving views.

    12:00 - 14:00: Time at the summit. Enjoy lunch, take photos, and soak in the panoramic views of the Lysefjord.

    14:00 - 16:00: Begin the descent back to Base Camp. 

    16:00: Board the bus at Base Camp.

    17:10: Arrive back at Sola Strand Hotel. Relax and reflect on the day's adventure.

    Enjoy your hiking trip to Preikestolen!

    Stavanger Guided Tour

    • Details: Discover the charm of Stavanger's city center with a guided tour. Dive into the rich history, explore local shops, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of this unique city.
    • Date: June 2nd
    • How to Join: We'll arrange transportation from Sola strand hotel. 

        Registration Instructions:

      • Email Registration: To secure your spot for the guided tour, please send an email to Include your full name, contact details.

      Payment details:

      • Free of charge.

      Stavanger Guided Tour Itinerary:

      14:00 - Departure from Sola Strand Hotel

      14:20- First Stop: Swords in Rock (Sverd i fjell)

      14:45 - Departure to Stavanger City Center

      15:00 - City Tour of Stavanger

      16:30 - Departure to Sola Strand Hotel

      Additional information

      Stavanger and Surrounding Area Information Resources:

      1. Official Stavanger Travel Guide: Visit Norway, offering comprehensive details about attractions and activities.
      2. Handpicked Stavanger itineraries recommended by TravelAddicts.
      3. Exploring Stavanger's natural beauty and cultural history as suggested by CultureTrip.
      4. Top-rated experiences in Stavanger and nearby areas curated by TripAdvisor.

      Our Personal Informal Recommendations:

      Walks and Exploration in Stavanger:

      • Old Stavanger: Wander through charming streets lined with historic, well-preserved wooden houses. This area, known for its unique architecture, also offers quaint cafes and small boutique shops.
      • Øvre Holmegate: Often referred to as Stavanger's most colorful street, perfect for leisurely strolls and Instagram-worthy photos. The street is lined with vibrant buildings, cozy cafes, and small local shops.

      Museums and Cultural Sites:

      • Norwegian Petroleum Museum: An informative and interactive museum offering insights into Norway's oil and gas industry.
      • Stavanger Art Museum: Showcases a wide range of artworks, including pieces by Norwegian and international artists.
      • The Canning Museum: Provides a glimpse into the city's sardine canning history, once a major industry in Stavanger.

      Nature and Outdoor Activities Beyond Stavanger:

      • Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock): A must-visit for hikers, offering breathtaking views of the Lysefjord.
      • Kjeragbolten: Another stunning hiking destination, famous for the boulder wedged between two cliffs.
      • Lysefjord Cruise: A boat trip offering spectacular views of the fjords, cliffs, and waterfalls.

      Remember, Stavanger's weather can be unpredictable, so it's wise to be prepared with appropriate clothing, especially for outdoor activities. The city's blend of nature, culture, and gastronomy makes it a diverse and intriguing destination for all types of travelers.

      Preikestolen (The Pulpit Rock) rises 604 meters above the Lysefjord, and the journey to it is one of Norway's most famous. Preikestolen is popular, with over 300,000 nature-loving hikers visiting the iconic rock structure each year.The mountain resort Preikestolen Fjellstue is the starting point for the eight-kilometer climb. Give yourself four hours total for this somewhat challenging roundtrip. 

      Sverd i fjell, a significant monument situated near Hafrsfjord, commemorates the historic battle that may have taken place in this area. The exact location of the battle remains unknown, but it's believed to have occurred where the fjord is its broadest, a strategic point where Vikings would align their boats for combat.

      Located by Hafrsfjord, the "Swords in Rock" monument marks the site where, in 872, Harald Fairhair united Norway into a single kingdom. The monument features three large swords embedded in the ground, symbolizing peace, unity, and freedom. The design of the swords' hilts is inspired by Viking swords discovered in various parts of Norway. Created by artist Fritz Røed (1928-2002), the monument was officially unveiled by King Olav in 1983.

      Kjerag, towering at an altitude of 1,084 meters above sea level, is the tallest peak in Lysefjord and famously hosts the iconic Kjeragbolten boulder. This mountain plateau is a favored spot for both base jumpers and climbers. However, Kjerag is a seasonal trekking destination. The hiking paths are generally considered accessible only when the county road between Sirdal and Lysebotn opens, usually around mid-May. 

      The trek to Kjerag spans about 11 kilometers and takes between 6 to 10 hours to complete. It's a challenging journey with an elevation gain of 800 meters, suitable for those in good physical condition. The hike includes sections where hikers must use wires to ascend and descend certain parts, making it a strenuous endeavor even for seasoned hikers. The journey begins at the Øygardstøl parking lot, where you can consult with the staff about the latest trail conditions. It's important to be cautious, particularly during rain, as the path can become quite slippery.

      Embark on a luxurious fjord adventure with Private Cruise from Stavanger! Their exclusive yachts take you through the stunning Lysefjord, including a visit to the renowned Preikestolen, a 30-meter ledge towering 600 meters above the fjord. Witness the grandeur of Kjerag, Lysefjord's highest point, rising 1,000 meters straight up from the fjord. Enjoy the blend of breathtaking nature, local insights from the captain, and top-notch comfort. They also offer a variety of yacht trips:

      • Two-hour island cruise.
      • Three-hour Lysefjord cruise.
      • Four-hour Lysefjord cruise with a lunch stop.
      • Six-hour extended Lysefjord cruise, featuring multiple highlights.