© Merete T Mellingen
What more spectacular place to take a selfie than on the top of the highest seacliff in Europe? After climbing the 860 steep metres to the top, you deserve to show off to all your friends and followers!
The idyllic island of Utvær is the westernmost point in Norway. And it is such a picture perfect place for a selfie!
Where else can you take a selfie with the king? The statue of King Olav V is located at the historic trade post Skjerjehamn in Gulen.
How about a Viking selfie? Visit the Millstone Park in Hyllestad and take a picture while your trying different Viking activities!
The mountain Alden raises 481 metres up from the sea, and is a famous sailing mark on the coast of Norway. Due to its particular shape, it is called “the Norwegian horse”. The mountain makes a perfect background for a selfie. Or even better – take one from the top!
The island Kinn is another famous sailing mark along the coast. On the island you will find a beautiful stone church from the 12th centaury. A cultural attraction in scenic nature – find your camera!
With 40.000 hikers a year, Brandsøyåsen (286 masl) in Florø is the most popular hike in the county of Sogn & Fjordane. It is easy to understand why – the hike is easy accessible from the centre of the town and the view from the top is spectacular!
Dalsfjorden – what a beauty! It is hard to find a more beautiful background for a selfie, whether you take it while kayaking, sailing a boat or at the top of one of the mountains.
Is this beautiful beach really in Norway? It sure is – just look at the surrounding mountains or go for a swim to convince your followers!
Lihesten in Hyllestad is probably one of the most photographed mountains in the region. Put in on your selfie bucket list!