Cruises from Ulvik
Ulvik is a village in the county of Hordaland, Norway. It lies on a small branch of the Harfdangerfjord, the second longest in Norway. The surrounding municipality stretches from the Hardanger Fjord to 1,800 m above sea level. By road, it is about 2 hours from Bergen.
Ulvik is visited in the summer by numerous cruise ships who travel along the fjord. The pocket-sized village of Ulvik strings prettily along the shoreline, with orchards dusting the green hills behind. It's an excellent place to unwind. Ulvik and Hardanger, being the orchards of Norway, are famous for fruit blossoms in May, producing sweet cherries, plums, pears and apples.