Ulvik Fjord Camping
Norway, Western Fjords, Hordaland, Ulvik
- 56 52 61 70
- 1 May - 15 September.
Alan Rogers Review
Ulvik was discovered by tourists 150 years ago when the first liners started operating to the head of Hardangerfjord. This pretty little site is 500 m. from the centre of the town. It occupies what must once have been a small orchard running down to the fjord, beside a small stream. There is room for about 80 units, 32 with electricity connections, and six cabins, all on undulating ground that slopes towards the fjord and a sheltered area for boating, fishing and barbecues. The site is linked to a hotel, and campers benefit from access to its facilities.
To this day, a regular stream of cruise liners work their way into the very heartland of Norway. A century and a half of visitors has meant that Ulvik is now a well-established tourist destination, describing itself as ’the pearl of Hardanger’ – it even has its own conference centre – but, with only just over 1,000 inhabitants, it still manages to retain an unspoilt village atmosphere.
Reception is at the hotel opposite and campers are welcome to use the facilities here. On the site, a small wooden building houses the well kept sanitary facilities. For each sex there are two open washbasins, WCs and two modern showers on payment. Kitchen with cooker and sink. Washing machine. Boat slipway, fishing and swimming in fjord. Jetty with large barbecue area.
- Accommodation to Rent
- American Motor Homes
- Bicycle Hire Nearby
- Boat Launch on Site
- Bar Nearby
- Lake/River Beach Onsite
- Fishing on Site
- Sailing on Site
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Pets allowed
- Shop Nearby
- Takeaway Food
From the bridge carrying the Rv 7 north over Eidfjord, turn right at roundabout in the tunnel towards Ulvik on road no. 572; the site is on the southern side of the town, opposite the Ulvik Fjord Hotel.
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Latitude Longitude 60.56492 6.90741
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