On the island Tjøme (from the old norse name Tjúma) you’ll find World’s End.
World’s End (The End of the World) lies at the southern tip of the island. It’s a very popular destination in the summer and has for years been visited by tourists.
Why it’s called World’s End is a mystery, because it’s not even at the end of the coastline in Norway. How it’s originated is unknown, but it’s a very beautiful place.
As you can see these photos were taken in the summer, nothing beats Scandinavian summer at it’s best. Beautiful blue sky, fresh breeze and the heat. It’s a perfect combination.
Ever in Vestfold? Tjøme and World’s End (Verdens Ende) is worth a visit.