Open year-round, the Kulturkontonet can help with basic tourist information. The building itself is worth checking out, even if you don't need any help.
Maps and information on hiking, huts and organised mountain tours in southern Norway.
The exceptionally helpful tourist office is at the bus station.
Down on the waterfront inside the big white timber building. Staff run guided tours of the town every Wednesday and Friday in July at 1pm (adult/child 100kr/free).
Outside the high season hours can be erratic. Even if the office is shut, someone will be on hand to answer phone calls.
The excellent Sandefjord tourist office is just back from the waterfront. There's free tea and coffee.
This helpful tourist office is located inside the swish Bølgen cultural centre on the waterfront.
The tourist office is fine for local information, but it's only open in summer.
Public toilets, showers and a laundry (all open to landlubbers).
Ask for the A Tour of Flekkefjord pamphlet.