Oslo, the capital of Norway, is situated roughly 170 miles (274 kilometers) east of Etne, while Stavanger is 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the south.
See for yourself why Fjord Norway is so loved by by travelers from all over the world, by taking a road trip to see the abundance of natural and cultural attractions around Etne. Kvinnherad, is 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the south, and Teigland lies 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east.
Stavanger is approximately 50 miles (80 kilometers) from Etne. This regional center features a wide range of attractions, including University of Stavanger, Stavanger Cathedral and Viking Stadium. Kjeragbolten, Lysefjord Bridge and Rogaland Art Museum are also well-worth a visit before returning to Etne.
Travelers looking to discover those special places of quiet contemplation, will relish visiting some of the area's churches. The most rewarding places for tourists to visit when they first arrive in a new destination are the spots that provide a picture of the culture. Head to Fjord Norway's art museums, history museums and art galleries.
Why not take advantage of locals keen to share their passion and knowledge and sign on for a specialised tour? Cycling tours are popular in this area. If your idea of the ideal break is challenging your abilities in unique natural environments, then sign up for one of the many mountain biking and abseiling trips the Etne area has to offer.
At the end of your vacation, say a fond Ha det bra (farewell) to the local characters you have met and the spots you've been.