On the island of Søndre Langåra is a unique fog clock system isolated from the rest of the old holiday home development. You reach the place after about 1 hour’s ferry ride from Oslo.
Here you live in the middle of the coast’s cultural history and in the middle of the shipwreck. This was probably the country’s only manned fog clock system, and was established in 1896. The building has great historical value, and is protected under the Cultural Heritage Act
Place and cost:
Beds for five people. Price for a cabin for one day: approx. NOK. 1200,-
How to get there:
Hurtigåt B21 usually plies Søndre Langåra every day from the beginning of June to the end of August, but only on weekends in spring and autumn, usually from the beginning of April to the beginning of October. The boat goes between Aker Brygge and Drøbak/Son, and docks at Søndre Langåra. From here it is about 10 minutes to walk to the cabin. You can find timetables at ruter.no
Ferry from Oslo and Drøbak.
Water is obtained from a water pump in the middle of the island (drinking water)
12V for lighting and USB for charging mobile phones
Wood stove, bring wood
Three gas burners, small electric fridge