The lighthouse at Lindesnes represents the southernmost point of Norway and remains open throughout the year. The lighthouse – the oldest in Norway – acts as a museum and highlights the importance of the ocean. There are various legends about the lighthouse and seawater is used in various items sold at the site, including schnapps and soap. You have to try the lighthouse bread at Lindesnes, made from seaweed and seawater. Accommodation and food are easily available at the site.