The town of Farsund, on the southeastern coast of Norway has around 9.200 inhabitants, mainly concentrated on three centres of population - Farsund town, Vanse and Vestbygda where the harbour is located. It also includes the outlying districts of Lista, Herad and Spind. Shipping, fishing and agriculture have been the main industries in the area. The scenery around Farsund and Lista which has inspired many artists is extremely varied, with a rugged coastline, fine sandy beaches, many islands, mountainous and forest regions.
Sights in the area include Lista Lighthouse lit in 1836, Loshavn - a pirate port with some of the best kept wooden houses on the South coast, Pennefeltet with its 3000 year old rockcarvings of ships and the Lista Museum. Also worth seeing are the Husan (Town Hall), Varnes Fort and Vanse Church.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.