Fjord land

West & North in Norway

The Norwegian coastline is split up by 1.732 fjords which stretch up to 204 km inland. During the last century, Norway has built a vast net of roads, bridges and underwater tunnels to connect the coastline together. A necessary endeavour since there are settlements throughout the fjord land, from the south to the arctic north. However, there are still large sections of the fjords which do not have infrastructure. Untouched and only accessible by boat.

The fjords used to be the fastest way to travel. A farm along one of the fjords provided good logistics to the world. Today, many of these farms are still only accessible by boat. Remote and unique beutiful locations! See some examples of farms in the category «old cabins».