Sellegrod is a nature reserve with Norway's southernmost growth of elm and linden trees. The area is located on a steep mountain side down towards the fjord. The rich bird life is dominated by woodpeckers but tawny owls and songbirds can also be observed. The old main road to Åpta goes through the reserve.
Access: Follow FV465 from Farsund towards Åpta . Parking at the bottom of the Ravneheitunellen (tunnel). From here head towards Bjørnestad.