If you include the fjords, islands and coves, the Norwegian coastal strip will be over 100,000 kilometres long. Many thousands of years ago formed Glaciers the landscape as we know it, with all its countless mountains, fjords and the characteristic archipelago. In total, Norway have over 239,000 islands and about 81,000 reefs. Teeming with life and colours that change according to the seasons. It was on the coast that the first people settled, here north. We can well understand that. The Norwegian coast offers a teeming diversity of nature experiences.