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Panorama picture from Oslo Municipality in Norway




HUK AND PARADISBUKTA

This is a very popular and highly frequented official free beach on the Bygdøy peninsula close to the center of Oslo. Take bus 30 (Bygdøy) from Oslo to its terminal at Bygdøy. Walk down the small road for about 150 meter in the direct continuation of the main road. If you arrive by car there is a carpark (parking fee) just 100 meter from the beach. Expect traffic jams on nice days - use the bus or a bicycle!

The beach has a textile and a naturist part, which are separated by a small bay. Shallow sandy shore as well as more rocky parts. The beach is well suited even for small children. Spacious sun lawns.

There is a small shop selling snacks and mineral water and there is a restaurant at the textile beach. It is also possible to use the community grill for BBQ. Drinking water, showers, toilets and dustbins are available at the beach.