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Sandviken is a delightful, family run site in a scenic location, suitable for exploring Hardangervidda. Remote, yet with good access by road, it has its...

Birkelund camping has been certified since 2013 with the Norwegian "Miljøfyrtårn" environmental mark and is a quiet family campsite with lots of space and excellent...

Gol Campingsenter is a good overnight stop when travelling north from Oslo, although there are sufficient activities on site and nearby to merit a longer...

PlusCamp Aurdal is a friendly, family run campsite in an idyllic waterside location with forested slopes on each side of the beautiful wide valley. A...

Located in the district of Vik on the south shore of Sognefjord, 4 km. from the small port of Vangsnes, Tveit Camping is part of...

This campsite off the E6 near Mosjøen, allows access to ‘The World’s Most Beautiful Journey’. The Kystriksveien (RV17) runs north to Bodø and south to...

The location of this site provides a unique experience – it is set at the foot of the famous vertical cliff of Trollveggen (the Troll...

Located within forested lakeside slopes, this small, pleasant site is seven kilometres south of Snåsa. Although directly accessible from the E6 road, it is set...

Sølvgarden Hotell og Feriesenter is in the Setesdal valley, on the upper reaches of the Otra river which runs north from Kristiansand and onwards to...

Sørlandets is renowned for idyllic inlets and islands, and has a reputation as the ‘Norwegian Riviera’ with warm summer temperatures and sea water reaching over...

Trollstigen Camping and Gjestegård is a member of the PlusCamp group and set in the valley that leads to the famous Trollstigen or Troll Road...

Olberg is a delightful small farm site, close to Lake Øyeren and within 70 km. of Oslo. There are around 40 large, level touring pitches...

For those travelling north on the E39 beyond Bergen, there are surprisingly few attractive sites until one reaches the southern shore of the mighty Sognefjord...

Ballangen is a pleasant, lively site conveniently located on the edge of a fjord with a small sandy beach, with direct access off the main...

Lying on the exposed west coast of Andøy, between the quiet main road and white sandy beaches, this site is an exceptional location for viewing...

This site is beside the famous Sognefjord, the longest fjord in the world. It is ideally situated if you want to explore the glaciers, fjords...

Enclosed by high mountains, in a peaceful location close to woodland, Sæbo Camping sits on the shore of Lake Eidfjord and adjacent to a salmon...

Conveniently located beside the E6, 23 km. from the centre of Lillehammer, this attractive terraced site provides a comfortable base for exploring the area. Like...

At first sight, Røros Camping is unpromising, lying between the main road and the railway, with gritty sloping ground because grass has difficulty growing at...

Norway

With nearly one quarter of its land inside the Arctic Circle, Norway is relatively unknown to many visitors. The fjords are perhaps its most famous characteristic, channels that splinter the coastline revealing glorious scenery, but there’s much more to this mysterious, magical land than its western reaches.

Camping in Norway is really the best way to become well acquainted with the country. It’s a place that lends itself to touring – the inky blue of the fjords, the crisp white of the snow laden mountains and the lush green of the forests provide contrast you’ll never tire of. There’s something new to discover, from the modern vibe in Oslo to the relaxed, edge-of-the-wild feel in Trondheim.

One of the highlights of a camping holiday in Norway is the opportunity to try Norwegian cuisine. The seafood is first-rate, with stockfish and salmon being particular delicacies, and lamb is also a popular dish, especially in autumn time.

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