Explore the Hardangerfjord region on a family vacation with your children! Get great tips for exciting and child-friendly experiences that are perfect for the whole family.
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.
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.
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.
Blossoming fruitfarms, towering mountains and glistening fjords beckon you in for some of the most Instagrammable views Hardanger has to offer. Click here to find out where you can catch the best views in Ulvik.
Ulvik is like a playground for young and old! Head on over to Ulvik for an action-packed, memorable holiday with the family. Click here to get inspired for fun-filled days with the family in the nook of Hardanger.
During your stay in Ulvik, you might just need something beyond a place to stay and something to do – perhaps your car broke down, or you’re in need of medical assistance? Check this list for various services Ulvik has to offer.
Curious about how to reach Ulvik? No problem! Whether you are arriving by boat, bus, car or foot, there’s always a way to reach Ulvik. Click here to read more about how to make your way over.
Ulvik has a long, rich cultural history. A host of fascinating traces of a time long gone remain in the nook of the “Pearl”, with several well-preserved pieces of cultural heritage in the dynamic little town.
Tall mountains, deep fjords, idyllic fruit farms; Ulvik is a playground and the perfect place for an active stay! Whether you’re looking for a gentle Sunday stroll through town, wanting to climb a summit or hit the waves of the fjord – Ulvik has something for you. These are our top recommendations for a spectacular stay – on land and in the water.
Alongside horticulture, agriculture (particularly sheep) is the primary industry in Hardanger. Consequently, local food traditions are tightly interconnected with the main livelihood in the area, which makes for some spectacular treats and delicacies in the mountainous region. Here are some of our top recommendations for a taste of Ulvik’s cultural and culinary delights.
The Hardanger-autumn must be experienced! With beautiful colours and hiking opportunities, lots of activities, the stunning fjord landscape, and most tourists returned to civilization, this is where to travel.
When travel restrictions were introduced in 2020, Norwegians quickly replaced their international travel plans with vacations in their home country. In 2020, Norwegians discovered their own country, and many took a trip to Hardanger - not without reason.