Where are the Fjords in Norway?

Fjords are large salt water stretches, that lead from the sea into the land

Norwegian Fjords are mainly located in the south and west to north coast.

There are also Fjords in the center of the country which were cut off from the sea mostly after the last ice age.

The coastline of Norway has over 1000 Fjords! The longest and also deepest Fjord in Norway is called ‘’Sognefjord’’ with a breathtaking length of 204 km and an incredible depth of around 1.300 m.

The best time to visit the Norway fjords is during summer time for obvious reasons.  However, you can of course also experience another side of the Fjords in winter! From January to March you can experience the northern city Tromsø and a full-fledged ice fjord safari with Northern Lights!