The area around Aurlandsfjorden and Nærøyfjorden has a large selection of accommodation options.
Flåm and Aurland are the largest villages in this area, but the smaller places also have a large selection of different types of accommodation. Below you can see a list of places to stay in the Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord area.
Visit Sognefjord is the official destination company for the Sognefjord area.
“Sakte” is a collaboration between companies that provide adventures, accommodation, dining and short-travelled food- and products. “Sakte” are located in the area around the Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord and is an offer for those who want to contribute to a sustainable society in the world heritage area.
Accommodation in the Aurlandsfjord area – Aurland, Flåm and Undredal
- Flåm Marina in Flåm
- Flåm Camping og Hostel in Flåm
- Fretheim Hotel in Flåm
- Flåmsbrygga Hotel in Flåm
- Heimly Pensjonat in Flåm
- Fretheim Fjordhytter in Flåm
- Tiny House in Flåm
- Brekke Gard in Flåm
- Vatnahalsen Høyfjellshotell at Vatnahalsen
- Vangsgaarden Gjestegiveri in Aurland
- 2/92 Aurland in Aurland
- Hotel Aurlandsfjord in Aurland
- Sommerhuset Bygningen in Skjerdal outside Aurland
- Lunde Camping in Aurland
- Winjum Cabins in Aurland
- Østerbø DNT Turisthytte på Østerbø in Aurlandsdalen
- Østerbø Fjellstove på Østerbø in Aurlandsdalen
- Undredal Camping in Undredal
- Undredal Leiligheter in Undredal
Accommodation in the Nærøyfjord area – Bakka, Gudvangen and Stalheim
- Nærøyfjorden Camping at Bakka by the Nærøyfjord
- Tufto Holiday Houses at Tufto outside Bakka
- Gudvangen Fjordtell at Gudvangen
- Gudvangen Budget Hotel at Gudvangen
- Gudvangen Camping at Gudvangen
- Vang Camping at Gudvangen
- Ramsøy at Gudvangen at Gudvangen
Nærøydalen – Stalheim
- Sivle Gard at Stalheim
- Stalheim Hotel at Stalheim
How to travel to the Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord area
It is easy to travel to Flåm and Aurland, the Aurlandsfjord and the Nærøyfjord. Almost “all roads” go to Flåm and Aurland, and you can also travel there by train, bus and boat. It is only a short distance between the two neighboring villages of Flåm and Aurland.
You can start this fjord adventure by train from Oslo or Bergen to Myrdal station. Then you get to experience the Bergen Railway between Oslo and Bergen and Flåm Railway, one of Norway’s most spectacular railway lines, from Myrdal station to Flåm, which is located down by the Aurlandsfjord. If you take Flåm Railway, you get to experience the beautiful Flåmsdalen valley at the same time.
There are several daily bus departures between Oslo/Bergen and Flåm.
There is also an Expressboat from Bergen to Flåm. This fjord cruise takes you from Bergen and north along the beautiful archipelago of Nordhordland and Ytre Sogn and into the Sognefjord and Aurlandsfjord to Flåm. There is no more beautiful boat trip. Season for this fjord cruise is from May to September. The season can vary from year to year, check the website for updated information about the season.
The nearest airport is Sogndal Airport at Haukåsen near Kaupanger. Most flights that go to and from Sogndal Airport come from and go to Oslo and Bergen. From the airport to Flåm, it is 70 kilometers by road, including a wonderful crossing of the Sognefjord by ferry.
Flåm, Aurland and Gudvangen are perfect starting points for experiences in and around the Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord, two of the world’s most beautiful and dramatic fjords that are also included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Join a fjord safari or a fjord cruise. See the fantastic view from Stegastein viewpoint and taste the local goat cheese in Undredal. Visit the Viking village Njardarheimr in Gudvangen and experience the history and culture of the Viking Age. Flåm Railway is the train journey from fjord to mountain, perhaps the most beautiful train journey in the world. Combine this train journey with cycling along Rallarvegen which goes from the high mountains via Flåmsdalen Valley to Flåm. Aurlandsdalen Valley is one of Norway’s most popular hikes. The Nærøyfjord and Aurlandsfjord are both part of the 204 kilometer long Sognefjord which is located in the northern part of the county of Vestland, in the middle of Western Norway.