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Kvinnherad Skinnhueneset, Bømlo_1
Photo: Ståle Sundfjord
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From the ocean to the glacier

Sunnhordland has some of the most distinctive scenery in Western Norway. Folgefonna - Norway’s third largest glacier - is the icing on the cake.

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View of Kvinnheradsfjella, Sunnhordland
Magne Ove Kleppe
Baroniet Rosendal
Karen Lovfall Våge
Slåtterøy lighthouse in sunset
Jan Olav Rolvsnes
Haaheim Gaard , Tysnes
Haaheim Gaard

Things to do


Getting here and around

By plane:
  • You will find the regional airport on the island of Stord. Stord Airport is used by both regular airlines and charters, and is easily accessible from the whole region.
  • Stordflyet has several weekly departures between Stord and Oslo. Travel time is one hour.
  • Bergen Airport, Haugesund Airport and Stavanger Airport are all international airports located just a few hours of travel by car or bus from Sunnhordland.
By road:
  • From Bergen to the north, or Stavanger to the south, take E39 to the Sunnhordland region.
  • There are express buses between Bergen, Stord, Haugesund, Stavanger and Sandnes, as well as connecting services to other parts of Southern Norway.
  • Some express buses between Oslo and Western Norway also stop in this area.
By boat:
  • You can travel by ferry from Hirtshals in Denmark to Stavanger and Bergen in Norway, and then drive to Sunnhordland from Stavanger or from Bergen.
  • There’s a good ferry and express boat service to Sunnhordland from Stavanger and Haugesund in the south, and from Bergen in the North.

Sunnhordland also offers ...

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