Helgeroa is yet another pearl in our band of hamlets along the coast, facing west and therefore sunny. There is a marina with all facilities and a guest harbour for visitors. Around the harbour are eating establishments where you may consume the best of meals, or sit outdoors and view the beautiful fjord. There is an hotel and the area proves that Larvik is one of the country's largest camping communities.
If you truly want to experience the skerries you can take Helgeroa boats to Langesund through Stokksund and Bukkespranget, or arrange your own sightseeing trip. The coastal trail starts north of Helgeroa and winds through the terrain past Mølen and Nevnlunghavn to Stavern. Here you may experience the most beautiful nature that the Skerries can offer. The council has published a brochure with a map of the trail. Finally, on the journey from Larvik to Helgeroa you ought to treat yourself to a visit to the Halle mill.
Further west lies Mølen where the Vestfold Ra, the gigantic moraine from the ice age, meets the sea. Great stone mounds from the iron age have made Mølen famous. In addition the area has its' own unique nature, geology and botany.