You will experience the mighty Norwegian nature in all its glory; the typical landscapes of the West with its long fjords, dramatic waterfalls and tall mountains.
Romantic landscapes, rosemaling and farm food. Amongst this natural inspiration, you will be introduced to rosemaling – decorative painting , a folk art that originated in rural Norway – and the tasteful food of the local farms. Decorative ornaments of swirling flowers in refined color combinations is what you will discover in the home of an experienced rosemaling artist. Take a look into her atelier and enjoy the traditionally Norwegian crafts. This seaside residence also has a beautiful garden.
Instead of falling in a straight drop like most waterfalls, Langfoss slips down a cliff, maintaining contact with the rocks the entire way down, before spilling into Akra Fjord. Langfoss isn’t the biggest waterfall in Norway, but its combined height (2,008 feet) and width (205 feet) are an impressive combination. The mountainside in the background turns bright green with new vegetation in the summer, providing a striking contrast to the whitewater of the falls and the charcoal-gray rocky outcroppings
What defines national romance is de beautiful fjord road you will enjoy and one of the the 10 most beautiful waterfalls in the world that you will spot along the way.
This journey is a fjord experience full of contrasts: mountain roads, idyllic yards and lush hillsides. As you travel through these mighty landscapes, you will hear stories of life in mountain caves and inspiring tales.
Enjoy a typical Norwegian local lunch buffet with tastes of the sea and the land. This is what Norway is all about: the cosiness of the home, beautiful views and inspiring moments with good locally produced food.