If you want to take a slightly longer stroll, the road along the sea from Drøbak Gjestehavna in the south to Vindfangerbukta in the north, a wonderful walk that can bring out some beads of sweat on your forehead.
With a few exceptions, you have the sea as a neighbor all the way, and you walk through one of Drøbak's most picturesque streets, namely Badehusgata. Here, the skipper houses from the end of the 1700th century are close together, and the gardens are well-kept and framed with white fences.
Roses and lilacs abound here, and flowers and shrubs of all colors, and the scent of both summer and spring is strong. Along the route you walk through both Båthavna and parts of Badeparken, and not least past the venerable Ringgården, which has its own story you can read about elsewhere on VisitDrøbak.
The defense facilities Kopås and Husvik, which are part of Oscarsborg Fortress, are also passed here.
When you come to Vindfangerbukta you will see Drøbak's largest marina for pleasure boats, and for those interested in boats it can be exciting to see what kind of boats are in the stalls along the floating piers. On the way back to the center, there is sun in the face and the certainty that there is always a water hole in front that is open.