Kystled Oslofjorden (Coastal Lead of The Oslo Fjord) is organized by Oslofjordens Friluftsråd (Oslo Fjord Outdoors Council). They are promoting possibilities for everybody to enjoy the fjord, the shores and islands and their near surroundings. The Oslo Fjord is Norways most important area for recreation and leisure, being used by thousands of people every day.
Near to Drøbak there are several houses and cottages that may be rented for general use and overnight stay. At Håøya (largest island in the Oslo Fjord) there are three places called Stranda, Badstua and Eldhuset. At Bergholmen near to Oscarsborg Fortress is ‘Befalsboligen’ (earlier dwelling for officers at the castle). This house has two floors, each with 11 beds in two rooms, plus kitchen and living room. The whole house or just one floor is possible to rent, suitable for groups or families. Because of the Ferry transport, the renting time starts at 06.00 PM and last until the same time on the day you leave.
This is “green tourism” at it’s best, right outside Drøbak and very close to Oslo. On the map below you may see where the different cottages are situated. For detaills about how to rent and how to reach the different cottages, klick HERE.