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Two people kayaking in Skinnhueneset in Bømlo
Kayaking in Kvinnherad in Sunnhordland.
Photo: Ståle Sundfjord
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From the ocean to the glacier

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

Folgefonna
Glacier walking on Folgefonna.
Photo: Reisemål Hardanger Fjord / Désiré Weststrate
Baroniet Rosendal, Sunnhordland
Baroniet Rosendal in Sunnhordland.
Photo: Karen Lovfall Våge
Kvinnheradsfjella, Sunnhordland
View of Kvinnheradsfjella in Sunnhordland.
Photo: Magne Ove Kleppe
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Slåtterøy lighthouse in Sunnhordland.
Photo: Jan Olav Rolvsnes
Tysnes, Sunnhordland
Haaheim Gaard in Tysnes.
Photo: Haaheim Gaard
Langfoss
Langfoss in Etne.
Photo: Espen Mills
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Getting here and around

Get in-depth travel information on Sunnhordland's official website.
 

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Statens Kartverk, Geovekst og kommuner - Geodata AS
  • Sunnhordaland road

    By road

    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 Fjord Norway also stop in this area.

    If you go by car, follow E39 to the Sunnhordland region.

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  • Sunnhordaland boat

    By boat

    There’s a good ferry and express boat service to Sunnhordland from Stavanger and Haugesund in the south, and from Bergen in the North.

    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.

  • Sunnhordaland plane

    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. There are several weekly departures between Stord and Oslo.

    Bergen Airport, Haugesund Airport and Stavanger Airport are all international airports located just a few hours of travel by car or bus from Sunnhordland.

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