Welcome to Dale

Around Wooltack Point is Martin's Haven, the tiny harbour that is the jumping-off point for boat trips to Skomer and Skokholm Islands. An unstaffed information room here has displays on the marine environment, including touchscreens with info about the wildlife activity around Skomer. Look for a 7th-century Celtic cross set into the wall outside.

Further around the headland, the cliffs change from red to black, and Musselwick Sands comes into view, a large, sandy beach with plenty of craggy inlets to explore.

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PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR: Secrets of the Fjords - the Osterfjord and Mo, 6-7 hours

This is a short round-trip by car to the amazing Osterfjord area. Our professional driver-guide picks you up at your hotel in Bergen centre (or cruise ship port) and our tour starts. Departure is usually at 9:00am unless otherwise agreed. From Bergen, we will travel to the Osterfjord – a fjord that surrounds one on the largest continental islands in Europe – Osterøy island, 127 square miles (330 km2). Our first stop is at the viewpoint right after crossing the bridge over the fjord. Returning to mainland, we move on to Dale, where the famous sweater factory is located – “Dale of Norway”. We can visit the factory outlet and maybe pick up some woolen souvenirs there. From Dale we take one of lesser-known roads going north: steep mountains, narrow fjords and secluded villages along the way. Our next stop is at the Stone Age settlement on the Bolstadfjord: a short walk is required. Moving on we come to yet another narrow fjord – the Eidsfjord – and make a stop at the magical Hesjedalsfossen waterfall: one of the most iconic sights, and yet an offbeat attraction. We continue our journey and reach Mo (pronounced “Moo”) – a cosy village between two waterfalls: Geitaskaret and Kvernhusfossen. We can have our lunch here – at a small harbour restaurant (during wintertime from October to April the restaurant is closed – we can pick up some sandwiches, snacks and beverages along the way, your driver-guide will bring hot coffee/tea). Leaving Mo, we make a short stop at the Kvernhusfossen waterfall before returning to Bergen – an almost non-stop 1.5-hour drive. Our driver-guide will inform you about life in Norway, its history and culture, and introduce you to the Norwegian classical, folk and pop music – the perfect soundtrack to the journey.For a more exclusive experience, the return drive to Bergen can be substituted by a fjord cruise on a motor yacht, and lunch – by seafood selection aboard the yacht. The fjord cruise and seafood selection are not included in the price and have to be ordered in advance separately. In the winter, some of the waterfalls and fjords may be frozen.Car on this tour is one of our Mercedes minivans. When only 3 people are going on this tour, we may use our Tesla Model X. All of our cars have Passenger Transport Licence.