Norwegian coastal ports
The ports along the Norwegian coast make up a colourful parade of larger and smaller coastal towns and villages, each with its own personality. They include Norway’s second- and third-largest cities – Bergen and Trondheim – and enrich your voyage with inspiring lessons in history, geography, and culture.
Ålesund – the Art Nouveau town
Situated at the entrance to the Geirangerfjord, Ålesund could have been taken right out of a fairy tale.
Båtsfjord – welcome to the wilderness of Finnmark
This ruggedly charming village is a major hub of the Norwegian fishing industry.
Bergen – gateway to the fjords
Bergen is an international city with a small-town atmosphere.
Berlevåg – “cool and crazy”
Berlevåg offers wide horizons and unforgettable landscapes.
Bodø – between the Arctic Circle and the Lofoten Islands
Bodø is home of the world’s strongest maelstrom, sea eagles, the Midnight Sun and the Northern Lights.
Brønnøysund – coastal charm right in the middle of Norway
A pretty little town rich in history and maritime atmosphere.
Finnsnes – the gateway to Senja
Fisheries and agriculture add character to this small town in sheltered waters south of Tromsø.
Florø – Norway's westernmost town
Florø is one of Norway’s most charming towns, surrounded by breathtaking archipelagos.
Hammerfest – the northernmost town in the world
At 70.7° north, Hammerfest is an Arctic town full of life.
Harstad – at the heart of Northern Norway
Outdoor adventures and cultural impulses - Harstad has it all.
Havøysund – enjoy the Arctic view
A colourful small fishing village on an Arctic archipelago in the Barents Sea.
Honningsvåg – gateway to the North Cape
Excellent shopping and exciting activities at the end of the world.
Kirkenes – right on the border
Kirkenes is the turning point for Hurtigruten and a gateway to the Barents region.
Kjøllefjord – beautiful wilderness where nature rules
Kjøllefjord is a small, but vibrant fishing village.
Kristiansund – home of the Bacalao
Kristiansund sits on four islands and is founded on bacalao – dried salted cod, known locally as "klippfisk".
Måløy – with its back against the sea
Sheltered at the east side of the island of Vågsøy, Måløy is a major exporter of Norway's treasured seafood.
Mehamn – the northernmost port of Hurtigruten
Among the ports of Hurtigruten's classic route, this proud fishing village is as far north as you get.
Molde – the City of Roses
Protected from the harsh surrounding elements, Molde is beautifully seated in a spectacular fjord landscape.
Nesna – at the heart of the Helgeland Coast
Nesna is an idyllic and tranquil former trading post.
Øksfjord – welcome to Finnmark
Colourful houses cling to a dramatic mountain landscape in this small fishing community.
Ørnes – deep within the majesty of Helgeland
Dramatic peaks to the east and a wonderful archipelago to the west provide Ørnes with a unique natural setting.
Risøyhamn – narrow strait, wide horizon
With its 203 inhabitants, this charming village is Hurtigruten's smallest port of call.
Rørvik - surrounded by thousands of islands
The maritime splendour of Rørvik and its surroundings is an attraction in itself
Sandnessjøen – gateway to the Helgeland Coast
Perfectly located between mountains and islands.
Skjervøy – at the heart of Northern Troms
Alpine mountains and deep fjords provide Skjervøy with a magnificent setting
Sortland – the blue city
Fascinating sea landscapes and a bold move in city design.
Stamsund – the essence of Lofoten
Stamsund provides a genuine Lofoten experience and a unique encounter with the Viking era.
Stokmarknes – the birthplace of Hurtigruten
This idyllic village is where our founder Richard With started Hurtigruten more than 120 years ago.
Svolvær – at the heart of Lofoten
Svolvær attracts nature enthusiasts, adventure seekers and artists in search of its very special light.
The Geirangerfjord – one of Norway's main attractions
The Geirangerfjord is a UNESCO World Heritage site with some of the very best and dramatic fjord scenery in Norway
Off the beaten tourist track, this fjord stands out from other popular fjords in its solitary beauty.
Torvik – scenic and relaxed
Striking natural beauty blends with rural charm to give Torvik its typical coastal atmosphere
Tromsø – gateway to the Arctic
Set in a majestic landscape and packed with culture and history, the splendour and vitality of Tromsø surprises many visitors
Trondheim – Norway’s capital of technology
Home to the famous Nidaros Cathedral, the university town of Trondheim is both youthful and historical.
Vadsø – where the sky meets the sea
A multi-cultural town with Arctic nature at its best on display.
Vardø – gateway to the Northeast Passage
Vardø is the oldest town in northern Norway and the easternmost in the country.