In the northernmost part of western Norway, Fagervik Camping extends over more than seven hundred metres along the waters of the Tresfjord. You camp here on the green, wooded banks directly on the fjord. You can cast a line from your pitch and catch a fish for your supper. All around, you have a spectacular view of the mountain tops that are reflected in the clear water. Several hiking routes lead directly into the mountains from the campsite.
In the middle of nature
Fagervik is a relatively small campsite, with fifty touring pitches, twenty motorhome pitches and fifteen permanent pitches. There are also a few chalets available for rent. At Fagervik Campsite, the pitches are laid out in two rows along the shore of the fjord: the first row of pitches directly on the waterfront, the second row behind the first on an elevated terrace. Each pitch has its own picnic table. Each pitch offers a magnificent view of the fjord and the surrounding mountains with their snow-capped peaks. The blue water of the fjord reflects the panorama.
The campsite is mainly frequented by hikers and angling enthusiasts. After all, the fjord is a fishing opportunity par excellence. The campsite is fully geared towards anglers. You can cast your line from your pitch, but there is also a jetty which is perfectly suited to fishing. Of course, you can also get onto the water by boat.
In the southernmost tip of the fjord lies the village of Tresfjord, at some three km from the campsite. Here you will find a supermarket, a restaurant and a petrol station.