Located in southern Norway, the Lüsser Fjord is 42 kilometers long. The entrance to Lüsser Fjord is Stavanger on the West Coast of Norway. The river flows between the bulging cliffs and the winding mountains. The rocks on both sides stand, with the cliffs at 600 meters above sea level, Breckestrom, the most worthy place to see. Standing on the rocks, you feel like you are floating in the air, you can feel the vitality of nature. Stavage, located in western Norway, is an ideal starting point for sightseeing to Lucerfjord, from which you can also take a boat trip.
Lüser Fjord is far from the sea, deep inland, the water is as quiet as a mirror, no waves. There is no sea waves and rough, only the mountain cliffs in the fjord reflection, sometimes not clear which level is reflection, which level is the real scene.
Located in southern Norway, Lüsserfjord is 42 km long. The entrance to Lüsserfjord is Stavanger on the West Coast of Norway. The river flows between bulging cliffs and winding mountains. Spectacular scenery!
The Lysefjord in Bergen is a fjord with common characteristics of bays and virgin forests. The most beautiful season here is autumn, because red leaves will be scattered in the forests of the fjord, and the meeting of red and yellow will make the whole fjord very beautiful, like a fairy tale world.
Pretty good but local prices are not very good
I went there once a few years ago. It's good. I'll have a chance to see it again.
Preston_Dominguez: Lysefjord, Forsand Municipality, Norway