Magma Geopark Locations
There are 46 locations in Magma Geopark for you to explore over the southern region of Rogaland in Norway.
in Magma UNESCO Global Geopark
We offer activities and educational programmes for all age groups.
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#1 Taste Magma
There are many small producers of food and beverages within the Magma Geopark. Some of them welcome visitors.
Restaurants and attractions
#2 Taste Magma
Visit the local restaurants in Magma Geopark that specialise in using local ingredients.
#3 Experience Magma
The Magma Geopark is rich in historical sites. This trail focuses on archaeology.
The geological and acoustic phenomenon that some boulders give a metallic or bell-like sound when struck with smaller stones is known in several places on the globe. From Norwegian territory, we know of an increasing number of such stones. They are known by different names, such as klokkesteiner (bell stones), syngesteiner (singing stones) and klangsteiner (sounding stones). Here we present the entire Norwegian material of ringing stones and bell stones
News and updates
The Flekkefjord high school is involved as testi school for the #GEOexplorer toolkit while the Kulturarv school is engaged in the #HeritageSchool project with Slovenia engaging in #neuroscience with Strobilo Geoexplorer aims to create a physical toolbox for teaching...
Today, together with landowner Ola Andreas Byrkjedal, we were live on NRK Rogaland (Radio). Now the top of Gloppedalsura has been cleared of vegetation. The next step in Mission Gloppedalsura is to invite visitors into and down into the rockfall by creating a...
The GEOfood initiative, led by Magma Geopark (Norway) based on the importance of local sustainable food resources and local communities aims at supporting UNESCO Global Geopark (the brand can be used only in these territories) in developing local connections focusing...