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Hardanger Saft- og Siderfabrikk

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Take a tour of Hardanger Saft og Sider fabrikk and hear about modern, commercial production of apple-juice and cider. Ofcourse you will have the chance to taste the product while you are there.

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1/1/2007 - 12/31/2015
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Hardanger Saft- og Siderfabrikk

Take a tour of Hardanger Saft og Sider fabrikk and hear about modern, commercial production of apple-juice and cider. Ofcourse you will have the...

Hardanger Saft- og Siderfabrikk

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The Hardangerfjord Region

The Hardanger area is known for the Hardangerfjord, the Hardangervidda mountain plateau, and the fantastic fruit tree blossoming in spring time.

What to do in the Hardangerfjord Region

Hiking on Hardangervidda Mountain Plateau, glacier walking on Folgefonna and fjord cruises are popular ways of experiencing this region of contrast.

Getting to the Hardangerfjord Region and around

Hardanger is a five-hour drive from Oslo, and a one-hour drive from Bergen. The area is easily accessed by car or public transport.

Where to stay in the Hardangerfjord Region

In the garden of Fjord Norway, Hardanger, you will find peace and stunning surroundings, whether your choice is budget or high-quality accommodation.

Food in the Hardangerfjord Region

The Hardanger farmers are specialists in fruit and berries, and Hardanger is Norway’s most prolific apple and cherry faming region.

Key facts about the Hardangerfjord Region

Hardanger has been an important European tourist destination since the nineteenth century, and is perfect for outdoor adventures or just relaxation.
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