Map. ref Ulvik C 10 www.hardangersider.no email@example.com Tel: + 47 90 12 28 35
Photo: Reinhold Kager
Open all year for groups Capacity: 10-80 persons Groups on request
Hardanger Saft- og Siderfabrikk Hardanger Saft- og Siderfabrikk makes juice, cider, liqueur and brandy from apples. Groups can have a guided tour and a taste sampling. Farm restaurant (seating capacity 80) for groups on request. Hardanger Saft- og Siderfabrikk is a part of the Fruit and Cider Route in Ulvik.
Map. ref Ulvik C 10 www.hakastadsider.no firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: + 47 91 10 22 15 Capacity: 10-40 persons
Ulvik Frukt & Cideri
Map. ref Ulvik C 10 www.sysegard.no email@example.com Tel: + 47 56 52 60 01 / 41 64 99 06 Capacity: 10-80
Map. ref Ulvik C 10 www.haugesenteret.no firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. + 47 56 52 70 70
The Olav H. Hauge centre
Photo: Ulvik Frukt & Cideri
Photo: Syse Gard
01.01-30.04, 01.09-31.12 2-5 10:00-16:00 7 12:00-17:00 01.05-31.08 2-5 10:00-16:00 6-7 11:00-17:00 Photo: Olav H. Haugesenteret
Map. ref Osa C 11 www.hardangerbasecamp.com email@example.com Tel: + 47 91 18 82 37 Season: 01.01-31.12
Photo: Hardanger Basecamp
Map. ref Ulvik C 10 www.bnature.com firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: + 47 47 97 14 84 Season: 01.06-31.08 Capacity: 100 persons Groups on request Photo: B-Active
Map. ref Osa C 11 www.osa.no email@example.com Tel: + 47 48 12 96 69 Groups on request
On the fruit farm Hakastad a wide range of traditional apple varieties are grown. They make a wide range of apple juices and ciders, varying in taste, sweetness and acidity. The good apple taste is central in all the products of the farm. Guided tours and a taste of the products for groups on request, 10-40 persons. Ulvik Frukt & Cideri is a part of the Fruit and Cider Route in Ulvik.
A traditional Western Norway fruit and sheep farm. Farm shop with homemade products like applejuice, jam, canned fruit and different products of lamb. This craft business is also an Économusée for fruitfarming. Guided tours for groups and product tasting or a simple lunch on request (capacity: 10-80 pers). Syse Farm is a part of the Fruit and Cider Route in Ulvik.
The newly opened Olav H. Hauge Centre in Ulvik offers a unique insight into the life and work of one of Norway’s most acclaimed poets. The exhibition also conveys poetry in many forms across language boundaries. The Olav H. Hauge Centre also has a museum shop, poetry library, poetry workshop and activities for children. Exhibition texts are in both Norwegian and English. The Green Cafe has indoor and outdoor seating right by the beautiful Ulvik fjord. A guided tour for groups can be booked in advance.
Hardanger Basecamp Stay overnight in comfortable Mongolian Yurts situated in unique natural surroundings. Ideal for individuals, families and small groups. Includes a free workshop “making fire”. You can combine your stay with nature related activities, offered by the B-Active Center in Ulvik. At the 100 year old Osa café you can have breakfast, dinner and during the day Belgian pancakes and snacks. In the Osa café they also offer an interactive nature talk with demonstrations making fire, edible plants, flintknapping and tastes of homemade products. (for groups max 30 p.)
B-Active B-Active offers activities and rental equipment. You can hire bikes, kayaks, rowing boats and a sail boat. You can join historical hikes into the old water tunnels in Osa, courses and workshops related to nature, stone age or bush craft skills. There are also guided hikes, guided bus tours and indoor archery. Simple catering for groups up to 50 persons in the B-Active cafe or on the Fjord terrace. Activities outside the season are available on request.
Hjadlane Galleri A privately owned gallery that features figurative contemporary art. The exhibitions often spotlight the thought-provoking and colourful images of Lars G. Polden and other artists. Guided tours on request all year.
Map. ref Ulvik C 10 firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: + 47 95 99 35 16 Groups on request
Ulvik folklore Ulvik folklore is a folk dance group performing songs, folk dance and music. Evening shows during the summer season.
Photo: Anne Marie Øydvin