The Norwegian way of life
Cod, salmon, herring, king crab. These are a few of the Norwegian delicacies that not only make for great meals, but also sustain thriving and dynamic communities along the coast. Norway is a relatively small country with the world’s second longest coastline. It makes sense, then, that most our towns and cities are located on the coast. Countless communities, large and small, are dotted along the length of the 29,750-kilometre mainland coastline, and on the islands beyond. Fishing, trade and seafaring have always been cornerstones of the Norwegian way of life.