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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To Flesland Ferry Port

  • Flesland Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Flesland Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Flesland Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

Flesland Ferry Services

Flesland Guide

Flesland Ferry Port

Hidden amid the labyrinth of islands that make up the south-western coast of Norway is the small mainland village of Flesland in the municipality of Bergen. Consisting of just a few quaint Norwegian-lodge style homes that freckle the spring-green fields of the countryside, Flesland is a peaceful haven that exists mere miles from Bergen’s bustling airport. The port in Flesland is nothing more than a tiny square pier that protrudes into the North Sea from the sheltered banks of a narrow bay. To the left and right of the bay is a marina of yachts that bob against the backdrop of a charming, tree-lined shore. It’s a view that can be most enjoyed from the picturesque fishing spot at at the far-end of the departure pier. There are no passenger amenities at the port save for a tiny terminal booth. Parking here is limited too. As such the port is more suited to travellers on foot or those being dropped off by car or taxi cab. There are no public transport links that lead in or out of Flesland either. The nearest bus station can be found at the airport where a short shuttle service takes passengers to and from the city centre of Bergen further north. Two fast-ferry routes, both operated by Rødne Fjord Cruises, leave the port multiple times throughout the week. One ship sails north to Bergen, a route that passes underneath the Sotra-Bru suspension bridge, while another travels south on the winding voyage to the town of Rosendal.

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