Bungalows in Norway
Forget the overcrowded beaches of the Mediterranean and the pricey ski resorts of the Alps and instead choose an affordable bungalow in Norway
for some real holiday fun and adventure. A holiday in Norway is always promising as the cultural holidays are numerous, nature holidays are impressive and active holidays are always special. Reserve a self-catering bungalow in Norway and enjoy a unique cultural holiday among nature with a visit to the remote village of Reine, considered one of the most beautiful villages in Norway. Situated on the island of Moskenesoya, above the Arctic Circle, its picturesque surroundings are sure to leave a lasting impression. If you would like to combine sport and nature, our detached bungalows in the countryside of Norway are a great place to start, or you can head over to the Rondane National Park and enjoy cross-country skiing in winter and endless hiking the rest of the year. This is also a great spot for nature lovers as it is one of the few places in the world where you can still find wild reindeer. Have a wild time this holiday season. Book one of Bungalow.Net's freestanding bungalows in Norway now!
More than just snow and ice with a bungalow in Norway
Book one of Bungalow.Net's cozy bungalows in Norway and unwind to the sites and scenery of Scandinavia. Enjoy a lovely cultural holiday in Norway with a visit to Fredrikstad, situated on the shores of beautiful Oslo fjord. Its old town contains historic walls, moats and two forts, and is the best-preserved fortified town in Northern Europe. Narvik is another great holiday destination that lies within easy reach of our bungalows in northern Norway. Situated on an inlet of the Norwegian Sea, it's the perfect place for a diving holiday in Norway. Thanks to the Gulf Stream, it's port remains ice-free despite being above the Arctic Circle. If diving's not your cup of tea, there's a nice war museum in Narvik based on events of the Second World War. While savoring the tranquility of your bungalow among nature in Norway don't forget to visit the popular cultural center of Maihaugen. This open-air museum in Lillehammer was established in 1904 and is one of the largest open-air museums in Northern Europe. It was originally begun in the backyard of Anders Sandvig, who began collecting artifacts from houses of the Gudbrandsdalen Valley. Book your affordable bungalow with garden in Norway today!
A bungalow in Norway, sure path to a wonderful nature holiday
Bungalow.Net's bungalows in Norway can be found in impressive locations, making them ideal for a holiday among nature. Options for a holiday among nature are plentiful, which is not surprising considering the abundance of natural beauty in Norway. The Peer Gynt Road is a good example. This 60-km-long tourist mountain road is located in Oppland and passes along picturesque villages such as Seikampen and Fefor, to name just two. It is only open in summer and is a great way to begin your holiday among nature in Norway. Of course a holiday among nature in Norway would not be complete without a visit to one of the country's many fjords, like the Geirangerfjord, a 15-km-long arm of the Storfjord where you can find a number of waterfalls including the famous Seven Sisters which has a free fall of 250 meters, along with the Suitor and Bridal Veil falls which are UNESCO World Heritage sites and a popular attraction for cruise ships. The Storsaeterfossen is a waterfall with a path running under it, which enables you to enjoy a relaxing hiking holiday while admiring the beautiful natural scenery. The mountain of Dalsnibba is located above the Geiranger Valley, 7 km from the fjord, and is often covered with snow, even in summer. Norway has an impressive array of natural beauty, so if you're a nature lover, you're definitely in the right place with a mountain bungalow in Norway, but you can also reserve a bungalow in a ski resort in Norway and enjoy an active winter sports holiday among nature or simply relax amidst the wonderful surroundings of your fully-furnished bungalow in Norway. Book yours today!