Campsites Norway

Norway is a beautiful Scandinavian country divided into five regions. You can plan a campsite in Østlandet, book a pitch near Trondheim or choose Svalbard, the land of mountains and glaciers. Sørlandet will charm lovers of history, and Vestlandet - those who dream of a photo shoot on the fjord. Gourmets of cuisine based largely on fish come to Norway. They are also attracted by cities such as Oslo, Bergen and Stavander.

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Norway is most well-known for fjords, but is also called a country of small towns. This Scandinavian center on the world map hides not only rocky coasts, but also the places that were inscribed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

UNESCO World Heritage List

Why you should book a camping in Norway? For a simple reason - this country contains many tourist points, which were enlisted as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The most interesting ones can be found, among others, in Geirangerfjord, where you can plan a trip by ferry to see fjords and numerous waterfalls from the bottom. Hanseatic commercial buildings in Bergen were placed on the UNESCO list as well. Additionally, the place is referred to as the "fjords gate" and will also captivate you with many wooden houses in the center. Find a family camping in the vicinity and discover Norway.

Maybe you want to discover the end of the world?

When booking a campsite in Norway, you can see the end of the world by your own eyes! Nordkapp, on the North Cape, gives you the impression as if there was nothing further! Don’t forget to take a souvenir photo at the moonlit Globus. Also, remember that you will be able to see the majority of the country’s attractions by choosing a camping in Norway – you’ll save money and also will be close to the most important points on the map of this country!

Norway in a motorhome

It is a country that evokes associations with warlike Vikings, northern lights, fjords and dried cod. What is Norway famous for besides? You can travel it for hours, because its surface consists of endless expanses of uninhabited land. Norwegian nature is breathtaking no matter what the season. The sun, which does not set for many hours in the summer, and the spectacular landscapes attract tourists like a magnet. No wonder that thousands of people go camping in Norway every year.

Caravanningists can get to Norway from Świnoujście or the Tri-City by ferry going to Sweden. Possibly from Germany to Denmark. If you have more time (than e.g. a week), consider driving through the Baltic countries, i.e. Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. You will get to the Norwegian shore from Tallinn to Helsinki. And then it remains to choose a nice campsite by the sea in Norway, stop by one of the beautiful lakes (maybe Mjøsa?) Or in the mountains. Nature lovers will be delighted.

Camping in Norway

This picturesque Scandinavian country has a lot to boast of when it comes to camping base. It provides holidaymakers with over a thousand facilities of various standards. Are you dreaming of glamping in Norway? Book a luxury tent in Hardanger, a stilt house near Oslo or an exclusive yurt in Treungen. There are many options, and each one is very attractive. It is worth emphasizing that tourists do not have any problems with reaching the selected point, because they are well marked. Along the main roads you will see numerous signposts that will direct visitors to the campsite.

Most of the campsites in Norway are open from May to September, but you will also find something for yourself in winter. In addition to options for luxury fans, Norwegian leisure facilities offer campsites and pitches on the outskirts of the city. Spacious pitches for motorhomes, cottages, bungalows or rooms - the choice is up to you.

Norway what to see?

If you are considering spending your vacation in Scandinavia, you have plenty of options. You can stay at a campsite in Southern Norway and get to know one of the people's favorite regions. For example, Sørlandet is distinguished by a mild climate, and also tempts with an interesting skerry coast. It is full of harbors and fish restaurants. It is relatively close to Oslo which is an added bonus. The next proposal will appeal to fans of fjords. If you're one of them, you'll love a lot of campsites in Vestlandet. You will see glaciers, mountain plateaus and the stunning landscapes of Geirangerfjord and Sognefjord. Also visit Bergen.

Come to Norway!

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