Get yourself a little piece of freedom.
On the 1st of June 2017, Norway welcomed its first Private City in the municipality of Tjelland in Marnadal. The land is an agricultural property and consists of three parcels of approximately 150 hectares of land. Liberstad is located in a rural and scenic location 45 minute drive from both Kristiansand and Mandal. Liberstad offers to its residents a piece of freedom and adventure combine with financial opportunities.
The first Norwegian Private City is a heavenly place to all the nature lovers willing to experience the cabin and the slow lifestyle. In addition to Eldhusdals lake of approximately 120,000 square meters, several tarn and small lakes are on the property. Large commercial buildings, including a sawmill that will come in handy during the establishment phase are already on the property.
The project named “Moving to Liberstad", was founded on the principles of Voluntaryism. As explained on their website, Liberstad is a long-term project to establish an area with a community of individuals who want more freedom. The aim is to create and provide a private city that is owned and operated exclusively by private individuals and/or organisations. This will lead to a community without politicians, without bureaucrats and without tax.
In addition to the Camping Resort, there will be a future Cabin Town where property owners can build and establish their private cabins on their private properties.
Citizens from all nationalities have now called Liberstad their new home. Everyone is welcomed to buy a land and experience the cabin lifestyle. Nowadays, it is a total of 123 landowners from 33 nationalities that cohabite all together on 200 thousand square meters.