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Cruises visiting Kinsarvik & all Kinsarvik cruises for  2019

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Kinsarvik is a village that lies at the confluence of Sørfjorden and the Eid Fjord, two fjords that flow into the Hardangerfjorden, which in turn flows into the Atlantic Ocean. (Hardangerfjorden is the second largest fjord in Norway.) The village has a population of around 500. It has been an important location since the Viking age, alongside three fjords. The Kinso river runs through Kinsarvik (“the Bay of Kinso”), dropping 1100 m from the vast Hardangervidda plateau via four spectacular waterfalls. While the shores of the Hardangerfjord are steep and rocky, the low banks of the Kinso river were an ideal place for Vikings to repair longships, and to defend themselves.

Kinsarvik presents a picturesque setting overshadowed by rounded 1000 m plus peaks. Visitors can stroll around the one-square-kilometre area of town, walk upriver past many small waterfalls, and photograph the joining fjords with the village in the foreground. Kinsarvik is the starting point for many long treks into the Hardangervidda National Park, a popular tourist destination for activities such as hiking, climbing, fishing, and cross-country skiing. In the village is the white parish Kinsarvik Church, with graveyard, one of the oldest stone churches in Norway, dating from around 1160. A major employer is the Hardanger Bestikk factory that manufactures fine heritage and modern cutlery.

Kinsarvik was once the busiest ferry port in Norway, and on the main road connecting Oslo and Bergen. But with the opening in 2013 of the Hardanger Bridge 12 km inland on the Eidfjord tourism has dropped. There is a camping ground, small marina, and notably the area around Kinsarvik is well suited for growing fruit: primarily cherry and apple trees.

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