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In Nordfjord you are greeted by a beautiful stretch of coastline, towering mountains, and the biggest glacier you’ll find on mainland Europe: Jostedalsbreen.
In addition to the Skåla tower, Nordfjord offers a wide range of accommodation, like camping sites, hotels, mountain lodges, and lighthouses.
The Nordfjord region, home to about 33,000 inhabitants, consists of the municipalities of Stryn, Hornindal, Gloppen, Eid, Vågsøy, and Selje. Nordfjord’s cultural heritage, with its long‐standing folk music and arts and crafts traditions, is well preserved. Food and traditional costumes are also an important part of the area’s cultural heritage.
Find more inspiration about Nordfjord and Stryn on Nordfjord’s official webpage.
There are daily bus departures to Nordfjord from Bergen (5 hours), Ålesund (3 hours), Trondheim (7,5 hours) and Oslo (8 hours).
If you choose to go by car from Oslo or Trondheim, follow the E6 to Otta and then Rv15 until you reach Stryn. From Oslo it is also possible to drive the E16 via Sogn.
From Bergen and Ålesund, drive the E39 all the way.
You can take the train to Otta from Oslo or Trondheim. From Otta, continue the trip to Nordfjord by bus.
You can also take the famous Flåmsbana railway line to Flåm, and a bus to Nordfjord from there.
There are three ferry crossings in Nordfjord: Lote–Anda, Stårheim–Isane, and Måløy–Oldeide.
There are daily express boats from Bergen to Måløy and Selje.
The long-established Norwegian coastal voyage Hurtigruten calls daily at Måløy on both its northbound and southbound voyages.
Both Sandane Airport and Ørsta-Volda Airport are located centrally when you are going to Nordfjord. The airports have direct flights from Bergen (1 hour) and Oslo (1 hour) and corresponding flights to many Norwegian cities.
Ålesund Airport lies 2 hours and 30 minutes by car from Nordfjord and offers good connections to Oslo and other Norwegian and European cities.
Norway is an incredible place to explore, with untamed mythical landscapes, mountains, valleys, and fjords. Before you enter the outdoors, get familiar with the nine simple rules of the Norwegian mountain code to help you stay safe.