ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE
Picture Taken by Leif Magne Heitun

ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE
Picture Taken by Leif Magne Heitun

ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE

ODDA

AND MORE

Hardanger

Odda is a small town in Hardanger, an area of Western Norway renowned for its beautiful fjords, surrounded by mountains, waterfalls, the snow-covered mountains, and green valleys.

The town is perfectly located at the end of The Southern Fjord – Sørfjorden, and right between two national parks.

During spring, Hardanger, with its numerous fruit orchards, transforms into an panorama of flowering trees.

During the winter, Røldal and Seljestad are obvious stops for anyone who likes winter sports like skiing.

The mountains around Odda have plenty of inviting hiking trails, for both long and short hikes.
One of the most famous walks obviously include Trolltunga which is an international natural wonder and is a huge attraction for visitors.

But Odda and the Hardanger region are both so much more than just Trolltunga: 
The Buer Glacier, Buerbreen, is also a well-known and highly loved spot, both for locals and visitors. In addition, you can go fishing, kayaking, and a recent innovation , take a RIB-boat safari in the Southern Fjord.

As well as abundant nature, the area offers lots of cultural experiences. In Røldal, you’ll find a unique stave church from the 1200s, which is still in use.

In the industrial town of Tyssedal, there’s a museum connected to an old hydropower plant, which documents the history of hydropower in Norway. 
http://www.nvim.no/?lang=en_GB

Hardanger is also known for its famous Hardanger Embroidery, an example of that is the background on the page you are reading now. If you want to see more, Hardanger og Voss museum in Utne is the right place for you: https://hardangerogvossmuseum.no/

Our region is getting more and more recognition for its cider production. There are multiple farms and production sites that offer cider for tasting and sale. We would like to recommend this farm, which is only about 20 km away from Odda, and which is known for the quality of its award-winning products: http://www.aldesider.no/

Visit https://en.hardangerfjord.com/odda/ for more information about Odda and its surroundings.

Welcome to a holiday rich in new experiences!

Surroundings

Odda is a small town in Hardanger, an area of Western Norway renowned for its beautiful fjords, surrounded by mountains, waterfalls, the snow-covered mountains, and green valleys.

The town is perfectly located at the end of The Southern Fjord – Sørfjorden, and right between two national parks.

During spring, Hardanger, with its numerous fruit orchards, transforms into an panorama of flowering trees.

During the winter, Røldal and Seljestad are obvious stops for anyone who likes winter sports like skiing.

The mountains around Odda have plenty of inviting hiking trails, for both long and short hikes.

One of the most famous walks obviously include Trolltunga which is an international natural wonder and is a huge attraction for visitors.

But Odda and the Hardanger region are both so much more than just Trolltunga: 
The Buer Glacier, Buerbreen, is also a well-known and highly loved spot, both for locals and visitors. In addition, you can go fishing, kayaking, and a recent innovation , take a RIB-boat safari in the Southern Fjord.

As well as abundant nature, the area offers lots of cultural experiences. In Røldal, you’ll find a unique stave church from the 1200s, which is still in use.

In the industrial town of Tyssedal, there’s a museum connected to an old hydropower plant, which documents the history of hydropower in Norway. 
http://www.nvim.no/?lang=en_GB

Hardanger is also known for its famous Hardanger Embroidery, an example of that is the background on the page you are reading now. If you want to see more, Hardanger og Voss museum in Utne is the right place for you: https://hardangerogvossmuseum.no/

Our region is getting more and more recognition for its cider production. There are multiple farms and production sites that offer cider for tasting and sale. We would like to recommend this farm, which is only about 20 km away from Odda, and which is known for the quality of its award-winning products: http://www.aldesider.no/

Visit hardangerfjord.com/odda/ for more information about Odda and its surroundings.

Welcome to a holiday rich in new experiences!
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