Lindesnes Lighthouse is a coastal lighthouse at the southernmost tip of Norway. The lighthouse was built in 1656 and is today an open museum all year round. Lindesnes Lighthouse is one of the most visited tourist attraction of Southern Norway. The lighthouse has a visit centre inside the nearby mountain with exhibitions, a cinema hall, cafe and a museum shop. A visit at Lindesnes is a meeting with the ocean, and the seawater is to find in products sold at the lighthouse like soaps and scnapps. It is also a key ingredient in the their lighthouse bread – made of seawater and seaweed. Lindesnes Lighthouse is surrounded by beautiful nature, and you will find many nice hiking paths close to the lighthouse.