Oslo, the capital of Norway, is situated roughly 170 miles (274 kilometers) to the east of Skanevik, while Bergen - Hordaland is 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the northwest.
Fjord Norway is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting around is relatively easy. Make sure you to set aside enough time to explore the numerous attractions this region offers. Teigland, lays 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east, and Sand lies 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northwest.
Bergen is about 50 miles (80 kilometers) from Skanevik. This regional center offers a diverse range of attractions, such as Xhibition Mall, Bergen Maritime Museum and School Museum. Torgalmenningen Square, Ulriken Cable Car and Bryggen are some other popular places to see for those who find themselves with time to spare.
On a fine day, head outdoors to explore Fjord Norway's open-air exhibits, open-air museums and farms. Journey back in time in the area. Make the time to visit one of the old towns for which this place is famous.
If you enjoy the water, this is a great place for watersports. Sailing is popular with locals and tourists and another great outdoor sport is canoeing. When you hear the call to adventure, do as the locals do and spend the day mountain climbing and hiking.
At the end of your adventure in Skanevik, use the last of your Norwegian kroner on last-minute souvenirs and bid a fond Ha det bra (farewell).