Where to stay
Camping and caravanning in Norway is ideal for holiday-makers who like to go where their impulses take them.
Stay at a medieval farm in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley or bring your children to a farm with animals in southern Norway.
Lighthouses offering accommodation can be found all along the coast of Norway, from Vardø in the north to the Grimstad in the south.
The closest you will get to traditional English "Bed and breakfast" is a pension or private room.
In Norway everyone has the unrestricted right of free access in the countryside - including the national parks.
Enjoy the freedom of camping in Norway. From wilderness camping to glamping, the options are many.
Along the Norwegian coast, particularly in Trøndelag and Nordland, rorbu cabins have been restored and turned into modern accommodation.
Choose a cosy wooden hotel in the mountains, a spa hotel by the coast, or a modern design hotel in Oslo, Bergen or Stavanger.
Find a port for your next boat holiday. These harbours have modern equipment and many offer an insight to Norwegian coastal culture and history.
Camping with tents, trailers and caravans is very popular in Norway during summer. Find the best campsites for your next holiday.
Tents, caravans and mobile homes are welcome at most Norwegian camp sites.
Many camp sites have cabins for hire. You can also expect all the modern conveniences such as a shower, kitchen and television.
Cottages and holiday houses are popular hire accommodation among both Norwegian and foreign tourists.
You do not have to spend your savings sleeping. There are two big hostel chains in Norway.
The Historic Hotels and Restaurants offer more than accommodation. You will find them scattered accross the country, for example in Lofoten and Oslo.
Rent an apartment in the countryside, in the mountains or in a city on your next holiday in Norway.
Spend a night with David Spinx in a snow hotel in Kirkenes in Northern Norway. And be sure to order a northern lights wake up call before you sleep.