Carved by glaciers during the ice age, the Lysefjord is one of Europe’s most spectacular sites, as well as a nature lover’s paradise. It is one of Norway’s certified sustainable tourist destinations.
Lillehammer in Central Norway is an ideal holiday destination for outdoor adventures. The town has some of the country’s most spectacular scenery right on its doorstep, and Rondane, Jotunheimen and Langsua national parks are all within easy reach. It is one of Norway’s certified sustainable tourist destinations.
Longyearbyen is Norway’s – and the world’s – northernmost sustainable tourist destination, where the High Arctic wilderness begins in the town centre and virtually never ends. The small, colourful town is the administrative centre of Svalbard and home to around 2 100 people from 50 countries living in unity in tough climatic conditions.
The Lindesnes region in Southern Norway is home to the town of Mandal, with its white wooden houses, beautiful archipelago and teeming summer life, as well as to the southernmost mainland lighthouse, Lindesnes Lighthouse. The region also offers excellent fishing and varied nature. It is one of Norway’s certified sustainable destinations.
Setesdal is a valley in Southern Norway filled with scenic villages rich in culture and folklore. It is one of Norway’s certified sustainable tourist destinations.
The Lyngenfjord region in Northern Norway is known for ski touring, Northern Lights and hiking in the Midnight Sun, as well as for its meeting of the Sami, Kven and Norwegian cultures. It is one of Norway’s certified sustainable tourist destinations.