There are over 1100 fiords in Norway and the Svalbard islands. These deep, narrow and elongated sea or lakedrain fiords are surrounded by steep land on all three sides. Breathtaking and magical if you ever have the opportunity to visit.
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The Naeroy fjord is Norway´s most narrow fjord. It is busy with tourists during summertime, but you may have it all to yourself in the off-season.