Campsites in Central Norway are mainly located in the regions Oppland and Buskerud and some parts of the regions Sor Trondelag (Storen, Berkak and Oppdal), Hordaland (Roldal), central Telemark (Rjukan, Skien, Notodden and Seljord) and the northern part of the Aust Agder region. By using the READ MORE button, you will see a comprehensive overview of the campsites in the central part of Norway. Due to the enormous area there is a wide variety of nature. Large mountains (such as the Gaustatoppen and the surroundings of Geilo) and beautiful lakes at Seljord and Tinn Austbygd.
Although there are also enough fjords at Oslo (Oslofjord) and along the coast of Northern Norway (roughly above Trondheim) and the islands, only the campsites in the regions More og Romsdal, Sogn og Fjordane and Hordaland fall under Fjord Norway. In other words, the regions in the west of Norway. And of course the condition is that they are on or near a fjord. Via the READ MORE button you get a comprehensive overview of campsites that meet these criteria. Very handy if, for example, you would like to visit the Nordfjord, Sognefjord, Geirangerfjord or the Hardangerfjord.
Do you want to go on holiday to the north of Norway, but you don't know exactly where you want to go? You want to go to the North Cape, but where is that? You want to visit the beautiful city of Tromso, probably in the Troms region, but where is that? You've heard that you can book an unforgettable whale safari on Vesteralen ... the place is something with Andenes. But where is that? The READ MORE button gives you a comprehensive overview of campsites in the regions of Finnmark, Troms, Nordland and Nord Trondelag. Including the campsites on the islands of Vesteralen and Lofoten.
The campsites in Eastern Norway are mainly located in the regions Ostfold and Hedmark - both along the Swedish border - and the eastern part of the Sor Trondelag region where, for example, Roros is located (southeast of Trondheim). Via the READ MORE button below you will get a comprehensive overview of all the campsites that are located in this large area. Eastern Norway is very popular with hikers, peace seekers and nature lovers. For campers who like to go out by canoe, there are plenty of possibilities. Because Eastern Norway is rich in lakes (Femundtunet and Osensjoen for example).
Campsites in Southeast Norway are mainly in the region Vestfold (Larvik, Tonsberg, Stavern), on the coast of the region Telemark (Kragero) and in the region Aust Agder. As well in the beautiful Setesdal (Byglandsfjord, Evje) as in the Sorlandet (coast of Aust Agder) with cozy coastal towns such as Risor, Arendal and Grimstad. Via the READ MORE button you will get a comprehensive overview of all campsites in this part of Norway, which is also called the Norwegian Riviera due to the normally highest temperature in Norway. Along the coast are countless islands, ideal for a nice boat trip.
Campsites in Southwest Norway are mainly in the region Rogaland with beautiful cities such as Haugesund and Stavanger. And of course at the Preikestolen, the cliff that rises 600 meters high from the Lysefjord. The Vest Agder region (Flekkefjord, Farsund, Mandal, Kristiansand) also falls under Southwest Norway. Just like in Rogaland you will find here a beautiful coastline with beautiful bays and white beaches. Via the READ MORE button you will get a comprehensive overview of campsites in the southwestern part of Norway. Ideal if you arrive in Stavanger or Kristiansand by ferry and are looking for a nice campsite in this area.