As Strynsvatn Camping is located on the shore of Stryn fjord we couldn't miss a dive in the refreshing glacier water.
The Camping has a bathing place with diving board and floating landing stage for boats and is also offering boats and canoes for renting
For the fishing fans Stryn Lake is the ideal place. The fishing licenses can be bought on the site at reasonable prices and salmon, trout and char are just waiting in the lake!
STRYN - the beauty of Nordfjord
As many Norwegian cities located in fjords area, Stryn is a small and picturesque town.
With a population of around 6,900 inhabitants, out of which 3,000 living in Stryn's town centre, Stryn covers an area of 1,382 square km and is located at the end of Nordfjord.
Nordfjord is situated in the northernmost part of the county of Sogn og Fjordane and includes the municipalities of Stryn, Hornindal, Gloppen, Eid, Vagsoy and Selje.
Today, tourism is the most important source of income for Stryn County.
"Jostedalsbreen National Park"
Founded in 1991 on an area of 1,310 square kilometers on the shore of the lake, Jostedalsbreen National Park offers a unique landscape with valleys, alpine mountains and arctic climate.
With Jostedalsbreen glacier, the biggest glacier in mainland Europe, Nordfjord is one of the few places offering such stunning and divers landscape.
Glaciers, fjord, valleys, mountains and even the ocean are all part of the most beautiful scenery in north Europe.
Beside the numerous gorgeous waterfalls on the area (Kleivafoss, Tvinnefoss or Glomnesfoss) here can be also find the Hornindalsvatnet lake, the deepest lake in Europe, 514 meters deep, and one of the cleanest in Norway.
Other attractions in the area:
- Anders Svor Museum: dedicated to the art of the well-known local sculptor, Anders Svor (1864-1929), with 450 pieces of his work displayed;
- The Fjord Horse: the national centre for breeding and use of the Fjord horse is offering mountain trekking on horseback, riding camp and riding lessons;
- Nordfjord Folkmuseum: with 40 buildings dating from the 18th and 19th centuries.