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Kinsarvik, Norway
28 May — 29 May2
Kinsarvik, Norway
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Average price in Kinsarvik:£148/night
Cheapest price found:£97/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Sunday
£97 - £204
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
£97 - £151
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Hotel prices in Kinsarvik

3 stars
No. 1 most popular

Kinsarvik Fjordhotel

Main Road, Kinsarvik, Hordaland, Norway

£159

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About Kinsarvik

Set on a glassy bay and surrounded by forested hillsides, Kinsarvik is a charming village perched on the edge of a fjord. Once a base for Norwegian Vikings, today Kinsarvik is known for its historic church and picturesque setting. A handful of cafes and restaurants make Kinsarvik a great place to enjoy lunch.

In the town centre, Kinsarvik Church charms with its simple white façade and grey shingle roof. The Romanesque church dates back to the 12th century and is surrounded by ancient tombstones. Peer inside to see centuries-old murals painted with chalk and lime.

Kinsarvik is a convenient launchpad for hikes in Hardangervidda National Park. Scenic trails take you to windswept plateaus and lush valleys. Monk's Stairway is one of the most popular hikes and winds past four cascading waterfalls. In summer, you can walk down to the shoreline to admire hundreds of cherry and apple trees.

Getting there

Kinsarvik is located in Vestland County, a 2.5-hour drive from Bergen. Local buses run between Kinsarvik and nearby towns and villages. Ferries depart from the harbour and run between the nearby villages of Utne and Kvanndal. Bergen Airport is a 2.5-hour drive away.

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Set on a glassy bay and surrounded by forested hillsides, Kinsarvik is a charming village perched on the edge of a fjord. Once a base for Norwegian Vikings, today Kinsarvik is known for its historic church and picturesque setting. A handful of cafes and restaurants make Kinsarvik a great place to enjoy lunch.

In the town centre, Kinsarvik Church charms with its simple white façade and grey shingle roof. The Romanesque church dates back to the 12th century and is surrounded by ancient tombstones. Peer inside to see centuries-old murals painted with chalk and lime.

Kinsarvik is a convenient launchpad for hikes in Hardangervidda National Park. Scenic trails take you to windswept plateaus and lush valleys. Monk's Stairway is one of the most popular hikes and winds past four cascading waterfalls. In summer, you can walk down to the shoreline to admire hundreds of cherry and apple trees.

Getting there

Kinsarvik is located in Vestland County, a 2.5-hour drive from Bergen. Local buses run between Kinsarvik and nearby towns and villages. Ferries depart from the harbour and run between the nearby villages of Utne and Kvanndal. Bergen Airport is a 2.5-hour drive away.

  • What are the best hotels in Kinsarvik?

    Kinsarvik is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Kinsarvik Camping, which has a current rating of 9.3. For other potential stays, consider Huse Gjestegard, which has received a rating of 9.4 from 159 users.