Above are the weather conditions for Stavanger. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 19°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 0°. June is the driest month.
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Rent a holiday apartments in Stavanger the oil capital of Norway
The city and municipality of Stavanger is located on the south west coast of Norway and has existed since the 12th Century. As with the whole of Norway, the city is proud of its long history and strong cultural heritage. The region is known for its long beaches and deep fjords as well the mountains which surround it. The warm and welcoming holiday apartments in Stavanger are modern and furnished in typical Scandinavian style.
Stavanger's coastal climate
This region of Norway is, surprisingly, very mild but the weather is sometimes unpredictable. The Norwegians often joke that Stavanger can experience all four seasons in one day and temperatures can be the same in mid-winter as in mid-summer.
Temperatures very rarely reach below freezing and the summer months are very mild, with the July average standing at 15 degrees. September is the wettest month and January the coldest with an average temperature of 1 degree celsius.
Festivals and celebrations on the Norwegian coast
The Stavanger region plays host to a number of sporting events throughout the year including the Sirdal Skimarathon and the Stavanger Marathon. Other events include the Stavanger Wine Festival during March and Gladmat, Scandinavia's biggest food festival, which happens during July.
The scenic delights of Stavanger
This sandy beach is located just 2km from Stavanger Airport and the nearby hotels and restaurants. The beach is favoured by walkers and those who enjoy water sports. The beach is easily accessible by bus and backs onto the Stavanger Golf Course.
Sverdi Fjell (Swords in Rock)
This world-famous monument comprises three 10 metre tall copper swords embedded in rock near the Hafrsfjord neighbourhood. They commemortate a battle which took place in the area in 872, when Norway became united under one crown.
Flor og Fjaere (Norwegian Tropics)
The Flor of Fjaere is an island of exotic gardens known for its tranquility, good food and sea views. There is a selection of international cuisine available as well as the opportunity to try the local seafood. The boat ride to the island takes 20 minutes from Skagenkaien and once there visited are treated to a guided tour.
This part of the city is mainly made up of small white cottages dating from the turn of the 18th Century. Travellers are welcomed by small galleries and handicraft boutiques, housed in the 173 historic buildings. The area is home to the Norwegian Canning Museum and the Stavanger Maritime Museum.
Overlooked by the 604 m Pulpit Rock, Lysefjord is a fjord off the coast of Stavanger. Boat trips give travellers the opportunity to see it in all its glory, leaving central Stavanger and taking around 3.5 hours all-round. The trips are available all year, although days vary according to the season.
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