The fjords are the soul of Norway
Take a summer holiday in Norway with Inghams and we'll take you to the fjords of western Norway, the country's region of greatest natural beauty and diversity, with dramatic landscapes, massive glaciers, vast mountains, picturesque fjord side villages and 4 UNESCO destinations. The fjords are the soul of all Norway holidays and the iconic image that springs to travellers' minds when thinking about this awe-inspiring destination.
Inghams Summer Holidays in Norway
With Inghams, you can explore this wonderful country as you wish- relax in one of the tranquil resort hotels taking in the views, enjoy some gentle activity with the plentiful walking and cycling opportunities or explore the amazing landscape on our wide variety of excursions, now available to pre-book. Choose to stay in just one of our fjordside resorts or popular cities, or combine one or more resorts with one of our recommended multi-centre holidays or guided group tours.
Voted by National Geographic in 2009 as the world's best travel destination, we feature 3 of its most beautiful cities, Ålesund in the north and historical Bergen and Stavanger in the south. Between them lie the country's most famous fjord resorts: Loen on Nordfjord close to world famous Geirangerfjord, picturesque Balestrand on Sognefjord "King of the Fjords" and lovely Ulvik on the serene Hardangerfjord.
Multi Centre Norway holidays
Our multi-centre Norway holidays are exceptional value for money, covering multiple destinations wrapped up into one delightful holiday. Visit fjord country and discover some of Europe's most dramatic and unique coastlines. Head for one of Norway's big cities to enjoy the shopping, history, night life and cuisine. Enjoy exhilarating lakeland boat trips on Norway's scenic Fjords and lakes. Norway holidays combine wild and sophisticated, remote and urban to deliver an unforgettable break in one of Europe's most exciting countries. Why not book now and secure your perfect summer holiday in Norway - why not try the Fjord Explorer, Taste of Norway, or Highlights of the Fjords multi-centre holidays? Or new for Summer 2018, our Journeys to the Fjords, Coastal Cities or Glaciers & Coast combinations.
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The picturesque village of Ulvik with its wooden houses and scenic mountain backdrop, lies in a sheltered bay of the spectacular Hardangerfjord, known as the Orchard of Norway due to its plentiful fruit trees. Guests will be able to try some of the delicious products at one of the many local farms.More information
Ålesund is a bustling port and fascinating seaside town facing the Atlantic Ocean at the entrance to the region of outstanding natural beauty and some of Norway’s most dramatic fjords. Due to its position, it enjoys more days of sunshine throughout the year than areas deeper into the fjords. After a devastating fire in 1904, the town was totally rebuilt in Art Nouveau style, with a myriad of turrets, spires and medieval ornaments which are still present today.More information
Loen sits at the inner tip of the Nordfjord in the heart of the Western Fjord’s greatest natural beauty. There can be few more inspirational stretches of scenery than those in the nearby Lodal and Briksdal Valleys, whose farms and forested slopes are mirrored in a chain of glittering emerald lakes culminating in the ice-blue glacial tongues of the great Jøstedal Glacier.More information
The enchanting little village of Balestrand lies on a scenic promontory of orchards and farmland on the northern shores of the famous Sognefjord, Norway’s longest and deepest fjord stretching over 200km. Balestrand’s mesmerising backdrop of towering snow-capped mountains and panoramic vistas has been captivating travellers for over a century.More information
Bergen is known as the ‘Gateway to the Fjords’, yet there is still plenty to explore within the city itself. The brightly painted gabled houses and narrow cobble-stoned alleyways of the famous Bryggen Wharf, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, surround the bustling Vågen inner harbour.More information
Located in the south-western corner of Norway, Stavanger is a small, intimate city with a fascinating history and pleasant harbour front. The quaint cobbled streets and white wooden houses of the old town date back to the 18th century and house ‘Norwegian Canning Museum’ detailing Stavanger’s former importance in the canning industry.More information
Norway's capital, Oslo, can be visited as part of our brand new 'Journeys to the Fjords' escorted group tour. Guests on this tour will have a guided tour of the city included before heading to the Western fjords on the famous Bergen Railway, recognised as one of the most scenic train journeys in the world.More information