The picturesque town of Florø is located on the stunning coastline of Sogn and Fjordane. Steeped in history and surrounded by a series of pristine archipelagos, this charming and remote community provides a taste of authentic coastal life.

Norway’s westernmost town, Florø is close to Norway’s famous western fjords, with their spectacular mountains and glaciers.

The town’s fishing heritage can be experienced each summer when Florø hosts the worlds’ largest herring tasting event where you can sample banana herring, fruit herring or yoghurt herring.

In Ausevika, close to Florø, is a site with more than 300 rock carvings of animals and humans that are 3000 years old.

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