High above the fjord, at an altitude of 600 meters, the two farms are located at Kjeåsen. You can both drive and hike up to enjoy the spectacular views.
The Norwegian Nature Center Hardanger is a modern nature and cultural-historical experience center in Øvre Eidfjord.
The Folgefonn Center is connected to the Folgefonna National Park. It includes modern, interactive exhibitions on topics such as geology, climate, the water cycle, and life in the Hardangerfjord. The Folgefonn center is easy to reach, for instance by speedboat from Bergen.
Family friendly maritime museum emphasizing activities and open workshops. You will experience ropemaking, forging and wooden boat building. You can make wooden figures, make ropes, build small boats and learn about k...
The scenery and waterfalls in Husedalen simply take your breath away. Four stunning waterfalls are close to each other along the hiking trail from Kinsarvik up to the Hardangervidda mountain plateau. A hike from the c...
3 tips for where you can find traces of trolls in the adventurous nature of Hardanger.
Trolltunga winter expedition, skiing in powder paradise, panoramic mountain peaks and sauna by the fjord - Whether you want to explore the winter mountains or recharge your batteries, Hardanger is the ultimate winter destination.
Experience several hundred thousand fruit trees in full blossom in Hardanger during the spring. A more beautiful sight is hard to come by.
In Hardanger, you will find the most spectacular rock formation in Norway. When standing on the plateau and floating 700 meters above lake Ringedalsvatnet, it is easy to understand why tourists from all over the world come to experience Trolltunga.
The Hardangerfjord region is also known as "the kingdom of waterfalls," and it is not without reason. In Hardanger, you will find several of the most spectacular waterfalls Norway has to offer.
From cider and apple juice to lamb meat, cured sausages, and jams, Hardanger is a region with rich traditions when it comes to food and drink.
Do you plan holidays with children in Norway? Choose Hardanger! Here, you will find a whole range of exciting and child-friendly activities that suit the entire family.
Trolltunga, Dronningstien, Lake Bondhusvatnet, Mount Oksen. There is no shortage of well-known hikes in Hardanger. Here in the region, you will find several of the most popular and spectacular hikes Norway has to offer.
Røldal is known as the destination in Norway with the most stable and guaranteed snow conditions. Skiing and other Winter adventures are lined up and waiting for you here!
Not sure which hike to take? Here are five suggestions for great hikes in the Hardangerfjord region.
In the middle of Norway's largest orchard, the Hotel Ullensvang is idyllically located by the shore of the Hardangerfjord in Lofthus. Here you can not only enjoy comfortable rooms with fantastic fjord view and good meals in the hotel restaurant, but also a sauna with a panoramic view of the fjord and an excellent bath area with indoor and outdoor pools.
The historic Utne Hotel was opened in 1722 and has been in operation as a hotel ever since. It has only 17 rooms, all with charming, historical, and individual interior. If you are looking for authentic experiences, the Utne Hotel is just right for you.
Thon Hotel Sandven is a classic 19th century wooden hotel. Situated at the Hardanger fjord in the centre of Norheimsund a 1 hour 15 min drive from Bergen. The hotel is awarded with "Olavsrosa" - a sign of historic imp...
On March 1th 2020, the doors of the new Hardangerfjord Hotel in Øystese opened with great public areas and 113 rooms - 25 of them are newly refurbished. With stunning views of the Hardangerfjord and the Folgefonna gla...
Get close to nature and enjoy the silence and the view over the Sørfjorden. The unique Woodnest treetop cabins in Odda are worth an overnight stay.
Brakanes Hotel sits right at the edge of the fjord in the heart of Ulvik. The hotel has 143 rooms, 80 of which face the fjord. Wake up to the sound of the crushing waves and enjoy hearty meals based on local produce in the hotel restaurant. Fjordside beach, hot tub, sauna and pool.
The locals, experiences, villages, and culture - all this and much more - defines Hardanger. Get to know this fascinating region in detail and experience it up close.
The fjord, the mountains, and the glacier. Waterfalls, hundreds of thousands of fruit trees, and lively villages. The Hardangerfjord – the world’s third-longest fjord – contains all the best that Norway has to offer. With a rich food and cultural history, world-famous icons, and unique nature experiences, it is not difficult to understand why Hardanger has been a popular travel destination for already hundreds of years. The region, consisting of the municipalities of Kvam, Eidfjord, Kvinnherad, Ullensvang, and Ulvik, is difficult to describe in words. You have to experience it yourself!
The region, consisting of the municipalities of Kvam, Eidfjord, Kvinnherad, Ullensvang, and Ulvik, is difficult to describe in words. You have to experience it yourself!
Welcome to Hardanger - a holiday paradise only an hour's drive from Bergen and its international airport Flesland.
Get in touch with one of the tourist information offices in the Hardangerfjord region. They have a lot of useful information about the entire area and are happy to help you with your planning!