From Nøtterøy we cross Vrengen Bridge over to Tjøme,
an island municipality furthest out in the Oslo Fjord towards tha fresh
seas of the Skagerrak. The three main islands, Tjøme,
Brøtsø and Hvasser together with lots of small islands
with sheltered harbours is a well known holiday paradise where one can
experience good bathing and fishing possibilities during the
summer´s long and sunny days. Tjøme claims to have most
sunny days in the year! Tjøme´s nature and contact with
the skerries and the sea.
lies furthest south on Tjøme. The area has fantastic views
towards the Skagerrak. Superb bathing and fishing possibilities from
smooth rocks and islands. The name "World´s End" originated
amongst travellers here in the beginning of the 20th century. Before
that the area was best known as vantage point for pilots looking for
The well known basket lighthouse and the resturant
were built in 1932. The basket lighthouse can be seen, built as a
tourist attraction in 1932, using drift bouilders from Tjøme.
long pier from the mainland out towards the small islands forms a
protected harbour basin. Here lies one of Tjøme´s largest
Marina. There is also a kiosk and grill area. Several fishermen from
Tjøme have their boats here. Post from Verdens Ende is stamped
with a special post-mark.
Moutmarka is the culture landscape
along the World´s End. Here you find slopes of naked rock and
plains with sloescrubs. Nature trails. Information board. Maps for
sale. No camping.
is also an attraction for those who seek the first sign of spring or
the beautiful colours of autumn. The foaming spray from a raging sea
over the rocks at Verdens End or the clear, calm days of winter can be
a worth while experience. Do not forget to taste the unforgettable,
fresh Tjøme cod or fresh shrimps.
Engø Gård serves gourmet meals. Engø Gård has wine cellar of more than 2500 bottles representing around 400 labels.
is a 9 hole golf course. A fun and popular course in the summer. Follow
the main road to Tjøme and you will see the course on your right
side with Tjøme Church.