Nordfjord


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Nordfjord

(nôr`fyôr', no͝or`fyo͝or'), inlet, c.50 mi (80 km) long, Sogn og Fjordane co., SW Norway. To the south, between Nordfjord and Sognafjord, is Jostedalsbreen glacier. The Nordfjord's several branches, cutting deeply into the mountains and celebrated for their scenery, are favored tourist spots.
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Plus guests will enjoy many hours of scenic cruising through Naeroyfjord, Nordfjord and Maurangerfjord.
Next up was Olden, at the inner end of Nordfjord, where the first tourists were wealthy English salmon fishermen who began visiting in the 1860s.
Visiting: Liverpool - Lewick Shetlands - Alesund Norway - Trondeim Norway - Olden Nordfjord - Flam Sognefjord - Bergen Norway - Kirkwell Orkney Isles - Liverpool.
Then it will sail on to Bergen, Norway, to cruise along the three main fjords - Geirangerfjord, Nordfjord and Sognefjord.
Cruise and Maritime Voyages are targeting teachers in their offer of a child-free environment on Marco Polo (right) which sails from Tilbury on August 19, heading for Edinburgh then Bergen, Geiranger, Nordfjord and Sognefjord in Norway, before returning via Lerwick in the Shetlands.
If we missed Alesund, we gained the prize of a daylight passage of Nordfjord to reach Olden by mid-afternoon.
We start our Scandinavian sojourn at Stryn, a little town some 200 miles north of Oslo and tucked inland along the Nordfjord.
We started our Scandinavian sojourn at Stryn, a little town some 200 miles north of Oslo and tucked inland along the Nordfjord.
The board of Nordfjord Lufthamn A/S, a Norwegian airport, has asked for more money to continue the fight to get an airport in Markane, Stryn.
Nordfjord hospital, Laboratory: 1 Blood Gas Analyser.
After cruising through Nordfjord, Boudicca stops in Skjolden, where cruise guests are sure to be captivated by the unspoiled and beautiful town, with its stave church decorated in unusual and intricate markings.