Holiday lettings in Norway in Haugalandet by NOVASOL
Holiday homes in Haugalandet - holiday lettings in Norway
The pearl of the western part of the Norwegian coast is Haugalandet, and area where you will find plenty of experiences beyond the usual. Situated in southwest Norway, bordered by Folgefonna in the north and the Preikestolen in the south, you will find this beautiful area that is sure to make the ideal holiday destination. Halvøen Haugalandet has a rich Norwegian history, dating back to the Viking Age, as the area was home to some of the most powerful rulers and kings in Norway. This area also offers unforgettable activities in nature for you to enjoy during your stay in any one of our holiday lettings in Norway in the area. When you choose your holiday home by NOVASOL, you will be able to enjoy the best that this region has to offer!
Beautiful natural surroundings in Haugaland
Haugalandet can best be described as a beautiful blend of nature, sea and city. In Folgefonna National Park you can experience the Norwegian nature at its best. Isbræen Folgefonna is Norway's third largest national park, and worth a visit if you are looking for great experiences during your stay in your chosen holiday lettings in Norway. If you want to do more than just look at the beautiful nature, there is a wide range of activities on offer, including skiing or snowboarding - in summer!
If you want to get close to the powerful natural forces, you should go to Langfoss, one of Norway's most beautiful waterfalls. If you really want to feel the waterfall's awesome power, you can walk down the stairs to Åkrafjorden or take the trip to the top. Whatever you choose, this is a great experience for those who want to make the most of their holiday in Norway.
Attractions near your holiday home in Haugalandet
No holiday in Haugaland is complete without a visit to the region's largest city, Haugesund. Why not enjoy a walk around this charming city, which is often referred to as Norway's birthplace. Here, you can lose yourself country's longest shopping street, or immerse yourself in Norway's viking history during your holiday in your chosen holiday lettings in Norway. Haugesund is Norway's oldest royal seat, and if you are interested, then we would highly recommend a visit to Haraldshaugen, Norway's only national monument. This place is also considered to be Harald Hairfager's grave.
Continue the adventure on Rogaland's largest island, Karmøy, a great holiday experience in Haugaland. Karmøy is perfect for those who want to enjoy an autehntic Norwegian experience and simply relax in a beautiful setting.. Karmøy has some incredibly beautiful sandy beaches that are perfect for a nice walk, enjoying the scenery and the fresh sea air. To the south of the island, you will find Skudeneshavn, where you can have nice experiences on a walk around one of the best preserved old cities in Europe. If you want to delve a little more into the history of the Vikings, you can visit the Olav church or the Nordvegen History Centre, unique holiday experiences for the whole family.
Exciting excursions from your holiday lettings in Norway
Utsira, Norway's smallest municipality and the westernmost island, lies in the sea between Norway and the British Isles. If you want to visit the island whilst self-catering in Norway, you can take the ferry from Haugesund. On Utsira, you will find an unspoilt paradise - particularly for those of you who enjoy bird-watching as more than 300 different species of brid can be found on the island. When you choose to rent a holiday home in Rogaland, you also have a great starting point for trips to the Preikestolen, Kjeragbolten and Trolltunga area.
Haugaland and surrounding areas offer great holiday experiences for visitors of all ages to enjoy. Here you can easily combine city life, natural experiences and history during your holiday. With NOVASOL holiday rentals in Norway, you will find a great and wonderfully varied selection of holiday homes for your holiday in Norway. We are happy to help you find a suitable holiday home and you can always seek advice from our colleagues in Norway.