By planeThe closest option is Sogndal airport (SOG). Alternatively Førde airport (FDE).
By carFjærland is on route 5 between Sogndal and Skei, witch is on E39.
By boatIn summer, Fjærland is reachable by ferry from Balestrand, a trip that gives ample photo opportunities - there's an amazing view of the Josteldalsbreen glacier behind the fjord as you approach the town.
By busThere are a number of buses each day to nearby towns, including Sogndal and Skei, both five times daily. Be aware that the bus stop is actually 2 km out of the town centre, just across the road from the Norwegian glacier museum. It's a bit of a walk, so leave ample time to avoid missing what might be your only bus out of there.
BøyabreenIt is possible to see the glacier from the parking space. Otherwise walk for about 5 min to the little lake in front of the glacier.
Fjærland KyrkjeBuilt in 1861.
phone: +47 57693288address: FjærlandThis museum gives a good insight into how glaciers were formed, along with an impressive film taken from atop the Jostalsbreen glacier. Also visitorcenter for the national park. Experience exhibition about climate changes e
Supphellebreen10 km on a side road from the village
Glacier walkphone: +47 92854674 or +47 57693189A tour suitable for person with some physical training. Treking for nine hour, including 3 hour on the glacier. Only children over ten year.
phone: +47 92854674Different tours on the fjord.
BookstoresFjærland is Norway's "book town". Virtually every shop - from the tourist office to the sandwich shop - sells a range of new and used books.