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Vesterland Feriepark Cabins & Apartments
8.2 Excellent
Sogndal, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway
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5.9 km from city centre, Sogndal, Norway 
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8.2

Boasting an indoor pool, free wired internet and a Jacuzzi, Vesterland Feriepark Hytter hotell og leikeland is situated in Sogndal and offers comfortable accommodation. There is also a fitness centre with a swimming pool.

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About Sogndal

Overlooking the longest and deepest fjord in Norway, Sogndal is a beautiful town in Norway’s Vestland county. It’s home to fascinating museums that detail the region’s industrial and cultural history and offers easy access to the majestic Jostedalsbreen National Park.

Things to do in Sogndal

A highlight of visiting Sogndal is taking a cruise on the Sognefjord, which boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in Norway. The town can also be used as a base for hiking in the Sognefjellet mountains and visiting Jostedalsbreen National Park, around half of which is covered by the largest glacier in mainland Europe. A short drive north-west of town is the Sogndal Skisenter - Hodlekve, a family-friendly ski resort that appeals to skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels.

A short drive east of Sogndal is the Sogn Fjord Museum, which explores how the fjord has impacted the region’s industrial evolution. You can admire the vintage boats, fishing equipment and maritime artefacts on display, then wander between the early-19th-century tavern and reconstructed boat builder’s workshop where tools of the trade are exhibited.

Another museum not to miss is the Heiberg Collections - Sogn Folk Museum, which illustrates how people have lived along the Sognefjord since the Middle Ages. It features more than 30 buildings that range from medieval farmhouses to late-1980s residences and encompasses a traditional farm where domesticated animals roam.

Getting around Sogndal

Sogndal Airport is a 25-minute drive from Sogndal’s town centre and has flights to destinations across Norway. Buses connect south-west to Bergen and south-east to Oslo, which is around five hours away. The centre of Sogndal is compact enough to explore on foot, although having your own vehicle is best for accessing the surrounding sights.

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  • What are the best hotels in Sogndal?

    Quality Hotel Sogndal, rated with a score of 7.6 from 601 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Sogndal. Other top stays include Vesterland Feriepark Cabins & Apartments, with an average rating of 8.2 from 834 reviewers, and Sogndal Lodge & Guiding, with a score of 8.4 from 141 reviewers.