Norway's coast: Fjords, bays & islands
According to National Geographic, the coast of Norway may be the most complex land edge on the planet. If you put Norway’s 63 000 miles of fjords, bays, and island shores into a single line, it would circle the planet two and a half times!
The larger fjords of western Norway cut a long way inland. Sognefjord is Norway’s longest fjord, stretching more than 200 km inland.
The amazing Vega archipelago on the magic Helgeland coast is on the UNESCO natural site list, and the Arctic Lofoten Islands offer the most dramatic & spectacular scenery.
To really experience the amazing Norwegian coast, you should definitely choose a cruise. The Hurtigruten ship line has been cruising along the coast for more than 100 years.