Flørli Tourist Station
Flørli Tourist Station – the charming tourist cabin near the Flørli steps, especially suited to families with children.
Foto: Kevin Molstad, Jonas Olsvik
The charming tourist cabin Flørli Tourist Station is just a ferry ride away and is specially suited to families with children – with it’s own playroom. The cottage is a good starting point for anyone who likes to climb steps! When you are at Flørli, it is almost a must to test the steps up to Ternevatnet. If all the 4444 steps (one of the world’s longest stairs) are too much for you, Stavanger Trekking Association has marked an hour’s circular trail with approximately 700 steps. On this route you will also reach Flørlistølen, which is an unmanned cabin with overnight accommodation.
The Flørli tourist station is the oldest house in Flørli village. The house is located at the top of the village, approximately 50 meters above sea level. Follow the gravel road from the quay. In the summer, the old power station is open to the public and has various events, exhibitions, and concerts. There is also a café here. It is possible to order breakfast at the café during the summer.
Flørli Tourist Station is unmanned, and there are no food provisions at the cabin. The cottage is equipped with what you need for cooking and overnight stays: kitchen utensils, crockery, and basic bedding. (You must bring your own sheet sleeping bag or bed linen). There is electricity and water, and the cottage has a wood-burning stove and a refrigerator with freezer compartment. There is a cot and highchair in the cottage, as well as a separate playroom for children on the second floor.
Unstaffed cabin, unlocked
Opening hours: year round
This company is eco-certified.