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The Cider House is situated in an orchard with 100 different varieties
of fruit. From mid-June to mid-August the summer restaurant is
open from Sunday...
Beautiful hotel in the centre of Balestrand. 190 rooms, most with balcony and fjord view. 10 demi-suites in the main building. Conference facilities fo...
Balestrand is surrounded by amazing nature and interesting historical sites.
Come along and experience Balestrand and its surroundings from the sea....
Målsnes is a hamlet approx. 8 km from the centre of Balestrand in the direction of Høyanger. From there a narrow 7 km forest road leads up the valley o...
The Cooper House:
Former residence of the British artist Alfred Heaton Cooper. The house now belongs to "Norsk Reiselivsmuseum". Various exhibitions ar...
'Det gylne hus' (The Golden House):
Bjørg Bjøberg and Arthur Adamson - paintings, gallery, showing of films, collection of local artefacts, guided cult...
There are several public places in Balestrand where you can go swimming:
•Gamleheimsfjøra (approx 1.5 km from the village centre in the direction of...
The new Norwegian Travel Museum is soon to be under construction - expected to open Spring 2014.
Today there are various exhibitions in the tourist se...
The family friendly path to Hesjedal runs along the moderate rise of a moraine ridge up through the Breidalen valley. The path is surrounded by pine ridges and open marshes. Breistølen (locally also called Breien), is the mountain area belonging to the farmers at Indre Nesse. The mountain farms were in use until 1955 and several of the farm buildings are still in good condition. From Breistølen the path passes a stream and continues on a steady ascent towards Hesjedalen lake and Hesjedalen mountain farm where it meets route 3 coming from Tenndalen.
The path to Norddalsvatnet lake is an easy path that goes alongside the river Norddøla towards the summer farm Nedre Norddalen. This used to be the summer farm for the farms at Ytre Nesse. The last half of the path ascends steadily to Norddalsvatnet lake.