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Øystese Marina is a top rated port in the city with the same name, providing tourists with easy access to the Hardangerfjord area. The imposing Folgefonna glacier expands over the coastline mountain. This area is full of places to visit, shopping opportunities and bars. Choose sunbathing on the beach, visit the Kabuso Museum or feed the various fish species in the Gold lake. This peaceful place is the best choice for your vacation if you are looking for relaxation and connecting with nature. The glacier will amaze everyone who sets his sights upon it with its beautiful colors and magnificent sunset views. Food in the area is absolutely delicious and the venues in the area will astonish you with impeccable service and well trained personnel. The top rated name is Hardangerfjord Restaurant. Accommodations can be found all over the city and will welcome you with open arms. The best establishments in the area are: Thon Hotel Sandven, Strandebarm Fjord Hotel, Utne Hotel and Hotel Ullensvang.
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Hordaland One of Norway’s biggest counties with beautiful coastal landscapes and more than 100 ecological parks. Situated in the western part of Norway, with access to the North Sea, Hordaland is very well-known amongst tourists as a great holiday destination being the host of the Hardangerfjorden, Vøringsfossen and Stykkjedalsfossen waterfalls, Folgefonna and Hardangerjøkulen glaciers. If you are a wildlife lover you can enjoy a great day watching one of the biggest wild reindeer herds on the globe in the national park of Hardangervidda.
Hordaland can be the starting point of your northern adventure in the heart of the fjord country. Decide to visit this magnificent area that provides unique sceneries and a variety of attractions for those interested both in cultural as well as natural landmarks. The county is put on the map by 33 municipalities, the most important of them all being Askøy, Bergen and Ulvik. These regions combine the bi... more info