Sandefjord is located in Norway in the Vestfold region. About 44,400 inhabitants live in the northern European city.
Sandefjord is located in the northern hemisphere of the Earth, about 6582 km north of the equator at latitude 59 and about 583 km east of the prime meridian, at the 10th longitude.
Welcome to Sandefjord and the province of Vestfold – the area where the Vikings plundered, traded, fought and left many visible traces. For more than 100 years, whaling in this area has been a guarantee of prosperity and stable growth. The locals of this area refer to it as Norway’s sunshine coast. The Fjord Line terminal of Sandefjord is located in Tollbugata 5, well located between the restaurants and bars in Brygga. We highly recommend that you take the time to explore Sandefjord extensively – especially if you are here in the summer. But don’t forget your suntan lotion! No other part of Norway has more hours of sunshine per year than Vestfold.
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