Cottages in various standards, campsite and camp-areas for caravans half an hour from Bergen city centre.
Bruvoll Camping & Hytter is a family-friendly camping 35 minutes from Bergen centrum.
Bruvoll Camping & Hytter can offer cottages in various standards, campsite and camp-areas for caravans.
The camping site is surrounded by beautiful nature and peaceful environments.
Nearby, you'll find numerous possibilities for fishing; both in freshwater, lakes and sea.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Cabin||NOK650.00 one night|
|Motor home||NOK250.00 one night|
|Tent site||NOK150.00 one night|
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