Langeby to Fruvika Paddling
Paddling along Padleled Vestfold
- Destination: Padleled Vestfold
- Season: May–September
- Difficulty: Medium
- Distance: 12.2 kilometers (out‑and‑back)
- Elevation Gain: 0 meters
- Duration: 3.5–4 hours
About Langeby to Fruvika
The route from Langeby to Fruvika takes you through both sheltered and open waters, around the southern point of Vesterøya island. Check the weather report and be aware of any afternoon breeze before heading out.
From Oslo, follow E18 east towards Kristiansand for nearly 117 kilometers until you reach exit 42 toward Fv 305 Sandefjord. Follow Fv305 to Fv303 through Sandefjord and follow signs to Vesterøya. Once at Vesterøya, stay on “Vesterøyveien” for 6.5 kilometers until you take a right towards your destination at Langeby Camping.
From Langeby, the route heads south along the shoreline where you pass one of Vestfold's finest beaches, Vøra beach, before paddling around the peninsula, Kvernberget. At Slottsvika you find a great place to stretch your legs on the beach.
The trip continues south towards the open ocean, past Gutteglova and Jenteskjæret islets, which are found further south. The next kilometer consists of steep rocky islets, which make it very difficult to land ashore, before you reach Rørvika beach.
After Rørvika, there is another stretch of one and a half kilometers of steep rocky islets before you reach the beach at Folehavna. From Folehavna, you will paddle south, between the rocky islets and then around Tveitanodden peninsula, which is the southern tip of Vesterøya island. Continue paddling northeast, past Askvika, to Fruvika beach. Here you will find a beautiful beach, full of pebbles and sand, with amazing views of the sea. Return to Langeby the same way you came.
At Langeby you can find:
- Public restrooms
- Grocery stores
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