Welcome to the archipelago of Solund - the westernmost municipality in Norway. With 1700 islands, islets and sherries, Solund is a popular destination for kayak and fishing holidays. Solund is only two hours from Bergen and is an excellent destination for anyone looking for exciting nature experiences.
Here you will find an overview of caravan parkings in Solund.
Hardbakke At Hardbakke in Solund you will find parking for motorhomes, caravans and tents. Here you have access to electricity, water, shower, toilet and septic tank emptying. For more information about payment and code for facilities, contact the tourist information in Solund. Phone number: +47 908 82 860.
Solund Rorbuferie At Solund Rorbuferie you will find parking for motorhomes and caravans with access to electricity and service facilities with toilet and shower. Here is a limited capacity, and you must book in advance. Phone: +47 917 92 230. It is not suitable for tents here.
Jonsokblomen Bygdelad At Hersvik you will find parking for caravans and motorhomes on a designated area, otherwise there is no other facilities. The place is unattended.
Ytre Solund Bygdehus, Straumen / Kolgrov Here you will find motorhome and caravan parking on designated area. Otherwise there is no other facilities. The place is unattended.
WHAT TO DO IN SOLUND
The island community is an eldorado for kayaking. With thousands of islands, islets and skerries in beautiful untouched nature. Solund gives you some of the best paddling experiences Norway has to offer. Join in on a lighthouse safari to Norway´s westernmost lighthouse - Utvær. The island has both a historical buzz and a captivating nature. If you want to go island hopping, you should join the local postal boat on Island hopping to Solund, Bulandet & Værlandet, or travel to an island hopping trip to Northern Solund.
Solund offers many nature experiences. Here you will find hiking trails for the whole family. We recommend the day trip cabin Sognesjøhytta. If you want a more demanding trip with spectacular views, we recommend Pollatinden and Ramnenipa.