Where to go in Fjord Norway
List of regions
Balestrand is a popular base for exploring Norway's spectacular Sognefjord. The dramatic 200-kilometre-long fjord cuts inland from the Norwegian Sea roughly half way between the west coast towns of Bergen and Alesund and the town of Balestrand has been welcoming travellers for more than 150 years.
Voss is a picturesque mountain resort in Norway's beautiful western fjords region, which has firmly established itself as a major hub for adventure tourism and winter sports. Overlooking Vangsvatnet Lake and ringed by forested hills, Voss also benefits from its position on the road and rail route b…
Molde is well positioned for tackling two of Norway's most spectacular driving routes, which can be incorporated into a Western Norway self-drive holiday. The first of these is the Altanterhavsveien - The Atlantic Road - which connects Molde with the town of Kristiansund, a stretch that is especial…
Best known for its collection of Art Nouveau architecture, the pretty town of Alesund is a superb base for exploring some of Norway's most spectacular landscapes, not least those of the nearby Geirangerfjord.
The village of Geiranger lies tucked away at the eastern end of Geirangerfjord, one of the smallest of Norway's western fjords but also one of its most divine. At the opposite end is the former Viking settlement of Hellesylt, now a tourist town, and the fjord snakes between the two.
The Sognefjord, lined with pretty farming villages such as Balestrand, is the country's longest and deepest fjord - and one of the main reasons why western Norway is also commonly known simply as ‘fjord Norway'. It's the second-longest fjord in the world and fjord cruises are an unforgettable way t…
The Hardangerfjord is a wide fjord to the southeast of Bergen, dotted with old farmsteads and stretching for 100 kilometres from the sea to the lunar-like Hardangervidda plateau, Europe's largest mountain plateau.
Bergen is one of Norway's true gems, a charming coastal city surrounded by seven mountain peaks. Take in its Hanseatic wharf and fish market before boarding a ship to explore the nearby fjords.