Kragerø is a lively coastal town in the Norwegian province of Telemark. In the lively centre, apart from characteristic wooden houses, there are also a large number of attractive shops and restaurants. In the summer it is a much-loved destination for people who come here to sail and fish between the many islands off the coast. Norwegians like coming here as well, to really get away from it all. Kragerø is renowned for its clear water and the breathtaking views – and as the place where the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch lived and worked for a number of years.

Portula’s building plots in Kragerø are sunny, spacious and peaceful, and they have sea views. All the facilities and the cultural riches of Norway in this region are close at hand by car, and with a boat or sailing boat you can be in the centre of Kragerø in ten minutes.

Personal wishes, sampling the atmosphere & 'trial stay'

Everything begins with your personal preferences. This means that we identify your wishes and sample the atmosphere of the various locations, for as long as it takes to find a plot that is ideal for you. Portula’s personnel visit Norway and regularly, so they can show you a variety of plots. We will be pleased to help you plan your journey and organise your ‘trial stay’ accommodation for a modest price in a new wooden bungalow.

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