This stone church dates back to 1250 (although the tower was added in the 1880s) and has some fine stained-glass windows. It's surrounded by an atmospheric cemetery containing some graves from the Middle Ages.
1. Grieg's Hut
The one-time retreat of Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg is in the garden of Hotel Ullensvang.
2. Kinsarvik Stone Church
Built in around 1180, this is one of Norway's oldest stone churches. It was restored in the 1960s; the walls still bear traces of lime-and-chalk paintings…
3. Hardanger Folk Museum
This excellent open-air museum is a repository for the cultural heritage of the Hardanger region. Wander through its collection of historic homes, boats,…
A slender spur of rock projecting into the void above Lake Ringedalsvatnet, Trolltunga is one of Norway's most-photographed features, and – along with…
5. Steinstø Fruktgard
A high summer pilgrimage to this farm, a short distance east of Øystese, rewards with strawberries ripe in June and a bounty of raspberries, cherries,…
6. Norwegian Museum for Hydroelectric Power & Industry
A tour around a hydroelectric power station might not sound that promising, but this is one industrial landmark that's worth a detour. The Tysso 1 power…
7. Hardanger Skyspace
US light artist James Turrell is known for his fascination with light, and has created a series of 'skyspaces' around the world, which are geometrical…
8. Kunsthuset Kabuso
The Kunsthuset Kabuso runs a fascinating program that features big-name contemporary artists (Damien Hirst, Matthew Barney and James Turrell have all…