Granvin is one of seven municipalities situated round the 179 km long Hardangerfjord in Western Norway
- Norway 's fjord country.
Hardanger is well known for steep mountain sides with several waterfalls, fruit orchards and scenic beauty. Granvin has excellent fishing in the many rivers and lakes, as well as in the fjord. Several of the camping sites and pensions rent out boats


Granvin is centrally situated in Fjord Norway. Tourism has always been important, and you can get to Granvin several ways by car: The route E-16 to Bergen from Oslo passes through Voss and is connected to Granvin by route 13. Route 7 from Oslo to Granvin passes the mountain area Hardangervidda, further on to Bergen along the Hardangerfjord.
The city of Bergen and Flesland airport is only about 2 hours away by car, and Voss can be reached in 30 minutes. There are also bus connections to Bergen and Voss. Granvin's rich cultural traditions can be experienced in various ways. Norway 's national instrument, the Hardanger fiddle, is the symbol of Granvin municipality. Local handwork and handicraft from Hardanger can be seen and bought several places. Tourism has traditions in Granvin back to 1850. We hope all of our guests have a pleasant stay in Granvin, and an enjoyable holiday in Hardanger!