This large peninsula in northwestern Iceland is connected to the mainland by a seven kilometers narrow strip of land.
A National Monument in Alaska, this fjord is so narrow that is can only be explored by kayak, cruise ships being to large.
Part of Fiordland National Park, it is the second largest fjord in the park, known for its wilderness and wildlife.
Nærøyfjord is actually an arm of Sognefjord and its incredible beauty made it part of UNESCO's World Heritage List.
250 kilometers from the Arctic Circle, this spectacular icefjord creates a fantastic scenery.
A fjord is an narrow arm of the sea, with steep sides, carved by glacial activity. Some of the longest and most beautiful fjords are in Norway, being even a symbol of the country, but they can be found in various places, all over the world. Fjordland National Park in New Zealand is also home to some famous fjords, like Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound. Other destinations were fjords can be seen are Alaska and Greenland, where impressive glaciers can be spotted. No matter which one you'll chose to visit, it's going to be spectacular.
Greenland’s second-largest town has beautiful arctic landscapes, deep fjords and a colorful atmosphere.
Vestvågøy's beaches are said to be the most romantic in Europe, surrounded by cliffs and mountains and with non stop sun from May 26 to July 17.