Hellesylt / Norway
Hellesylt is a small 680-inhabitant village at the start of the Geirangerfjord in Norway. Already in the second half of the 19th century Hellesylt became known as a travel destination, in 1875 the first hotel was built here. The only 15-km-long Geirangerfjord (also known as "the most beautiful fjord in the world") was included in the list of world cultural heritage in 2005.
Just 200 meters away from the ferry rustles the mighty Light Sylt waterfall. Besides the overwhelming landscape around the fjord, you can visit in Hellesylt "Hægstad Gård". Here you can admire the beautiful woodcuts of the artist Oddvin Parr, showing scenes from Ibsen's Peer Gynt.