|Vangen 1, 5745 Aurland, Norge|
|Bakka, Aurland, Norge|
Undredal plays a key World Heritage role, both in relation to its location on the map and as a good example of distinctive culture and nature. In this hamlet, there are more goats than there are inhabitants. Therefore, these animals help to create the special character of the village. Among other things, the village is famous for its locally produced goat’s cheese.
From being a fairly typical Western Norwegian village with both large and small farms, crofts and summer mountain pastures, the village has developed into what one might call a tourist magnet.
With its central location next to the fjord and easy access to resources in the mountains, Dyrdal is one of the older hamlets in this area, dating back to the birth of Christ or just before.
Gudvangen is located in the innermost part of Nærøyfjorden, a small village where people have lived since time immemorial. A natural place to settle down, with rich nature to be found both in the fjord and in the surrounding mountains.
Aurlandsvangen is beautifully located in a magnificent fjord landscape surrounded by high mountains. Aurlandsfjorden stretches out in front of the village with the beautiful Aurlandsdalen valley as a backdrop.
The little hamlet called Bakka is home to Bakka and Tufto farms. On the way into Nærøyfjorden, these are the last farms the boat passes before it reaches the end of the fjord in Gudvangen.
The village of Fresvik is located on the southern side of the Sognefjord, close to the mouth of Aurlandsfjorden and belonging to Vik Municipality. The village primarily lives off traditional agriculture and tourism based on the beautiful natural surroundings. In addition, it is rich in cultural heritage.
Stalheim is a hamlet in Voss Herad, on the border with Aurland Municipality. The area is beautiful and has been a popular destination since tourism started in Norway.