Discover Dale

Dale is a beautiful municipality located in the western part of Norway, not far from Bergen. It has a population of about 4,000 and has strong cultural ties to its geography. The landscape is characterized by rolling hills, quaint villages and dramatic fjords, which make it one of the most picturesque areas in Norway.

A highlight for visitors to Dale is taking an excursion on the local ferry along the Byfjorden. This scenic journey offers views of amazing mountainscapes and small fishing villages like Aksneset with its gorgeous beaches. Tourists can also explore some of the many hiking trails around Dale that lead up to stunning vistas or down into lush forests filled with wildlife.

Finally, no trip to Dale would be complete without sampling some of its renowned seafood dishes such as fried fish cakes or salmon tartar - washed down with some aquavit! With so much beauty and delicious food on offer in this tiny municipality, Dale makes for an unforgettable experience during your travels through Norway.