Once the largest in the world
The lighthouse at Lista lighthouse towers 34 meters above sea level, from the top you can see Lindesnes lighthouse in the south and Eigerøy lighthouse in the west. Here you can pre-order your ticket for the lighthouse.
1 ticket give you exclusive access to the Tower for 30 minutes for a party of up to 10 people, including collecting and delivering your key at the information kiosk on site.
The waters off Lista may look inviting in fair weather, but the Lighthouse sends its warning lights beyond one of Norway’s most feared coastal stretches. During the autumn of 1781, as many as eight ships went down. It was not until 1836 that the area was improved with a 34-meter-high lighthouse, carved in granite.
At Lista lighthouse you can book a guided tour including an exclusive entrance to the Lighthouse
The lighthouse keeper’s residence with outbuildings have a high conservation value. On December 29, 1994, the lighthouse was protected by the National Heritage Board. The Norwegian Coastal Administration is the landowner and has the overall responsibility for all buildings and the technical operation of the Lighthouse. Read more in the Norwegian Coastal Administration’s management plan for Lista lighthouse.