Make your holiday extra special by choosing the right accommodation for you. Many options in the Northwest include experiences like local food, cultural events and interesting architecture.
Rent a classic cabin to experience a genuine Norwegian-style holiday. There are many possibilities – choose a cabin close to the major attractions, or pick a secluded spot by the end of a fjord.
Whether you sleep in a tent, a camper van or a cabin, camping gives you the freedom to spend the night where you please
For a more homely holiday, stay in an apartment or holiday house. This option usually gives you more space and the possibility to cook your own meals.
Staying in a rorbu is a great way to get to know the local coastal culture. Originally, the rorbu cabins served as accommodation for fishermen, but today they are popular among local and foreign tourists alike.
Check out these farm options if you dream of a holiday where the little ones can run around outdoors, play with fluffy farm animals and experience life at a dairy farm.
Western Norway is a region of narrow fjords cutting into tall mountains, of waterfalls cascading down mountainsides, and of glaciers that never melt. Spectacular architecture and exiting food made from local produce enhance the experience.
Dramatic coastline, long fjords, alpine mountains and lush valleys – the north-western part of Norway is wild, authentic, and beautiful. Drive the National Tourist Routes Trollstigen and the Atlantic Road, or walk the Romsdalseggen ridge.