Experience a 360 bird's eye view of Fjord Norway! 360 panoramic pictures let you see the region as you have never seen it before. Fjord landscape in the summer sun, the dramatic Troll wall, the UNESCO fjords Nærøyfjord and Geirangerfjord, the famous Pulpit Rock, the fjord cities Ålesund, Kristiansund and Stavanger and lots more.
Kristiansund & Nordmøre
The Opera city Kristiansund and the island Grip
Kristiansund is located on four islands that create a natural, charming harbour, right at the ocean's edge. The city is known for it's interesting history and rich cultural life, and can offer events such as opera festival, the photo festival Nordic Light, deep sea fishing, diving and kayaking. From May to September there are daily departures by boat from Kristiansund to the beatiful fishing village of Grip, 14 km out to sea.
The Atlantic Road
The Atlantic Road is a National Tourist Route and a salty experience by car, between the ocean and the sky. The road is a very popular attraction, just driving this stretch of road is an amazing experience. There are also lots of activities in the area, which attracts thousands of tourists each year.
Trollheimen, and Sunndalsfjella National Park
Only about an hour from the cost, impressive mountains rise to the sky. In the area around Surnadal Valley and Sunndal lies a mountain range made for hiking and ski touring. In the middle of this area is Innerdalen Valley, known to be the most beautiful mountain valley in Norway.
Geirangerfjord, Ålesund & Sunnmøre
The Art Nouveau city of Ålesund
Voted Norway's most beautiful city! Great architecture and the closeness to the fjords and mountains make an irresistible combination.
Geirangerfjord is known as the most beautiful Norwegian fjord: sourrounded by mountain tops covered in snow, with high waterfalls and lush nature.
Leknes - Hjørundfjorden
The Hjørundfjorden is surrounded by the mountains which are reckoned as the core area of the Sunnmøre Alps.
Trollstigen: The Troll's road
An impressive road that climbs up steep mountainsides. The road is normally open from May/June till October/November.
Trollveggen: The Troll's wall
Europe's highest vertical mountain wall - around 1000 metres! This makes it a challenging target for climbers.
Stryn & Nordfjord
Nordfjord has a spectacular and varied nature between glacier, fjord and the sea, and is the perfect destination if you are looking for an active holiday. Mt. Skåla - 1848 m.a.s.l - is Norway's longest uphill stretch. On the top you have an amazing view over the fjord and you can visit Skålatårnet. The Briksdal glacier is the most famous arm of the Jostedal glacier, the largest glacier on the European mainland. In Eid you can enjoy a panoramic view of the fjords and mountains from mount Trollenykjen, and you get an overview of the centre of the village Nordfjordeid. At the pilgrim monestary of Selje you can visit the monastery ruins and learn about the legend of Saint Sunniva.
The Nærøyfjord is the most beautiful and the wildest branch to the Sognefjord, and is on UNESCO's world heritage list. The Aurlandsfjord is also a branch to the Sognefjord. Here you can find steep and untouched mountainsides, and you find beautiful Flåm - a paradise for those who seek unique experiences in the unspoiled nature.
Hardanger is known for the dramatic landscape with mountains, glaciers, waterfalls and fjords, but also for fruit growing: apples, pears, plums and cherrys. The blossoming has attracted tourists for over a hundred years, who come to see the fantastic blossoming of thousands of fruit trees while the snow is still covering the mountain peaks.
The Stavanger region
In the Stavanger region everything is within reach! A delightful mix of beautiful landscapes, culture, city life and the calm of the countryside: everything you need for a holiday rich in experiences.
The Pulpit Rock is a plateau that towers 604 metres over the Lysefjord, and looks as if it has been cut out with a knife. A path makes it possible to get to the top through a somewhat uneven terrain, and the feeling you get by standing on the top of the plateau makes it worthwhile. From there you get a beautiful view over the Lysefjord - a 40 km fjord sourrounded by high mountains. Kjerag - 1084 metres, is the highest top in the Lysefjord.
National Tourist Road
The National Tourist Road in Ryfylke goes from the Lysefjord past lush fjords and nakes mountains and is 183 km long.