Discover Unique Nordic Natural Sites

In the Nordic countries, you find fresh air, beautiful fjords, amazing light, a rich fauna, unique, captivating beaches, lakes and archipelagoes.

Whenever you go here in summer or winter, the Nordic countries never stop fabulous you. We here give you an overview of the natural highlights in the Nordic countries such as Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and Greenland.


Denmark is known as the smallest, flattest and most continental of the Nordic countries. It is also famous for having the best beaches in Northern Europe, royal palaces with beautiful parks and a unique Viking heritage.


Norway is known for its deep fjords, steep mountains, Northern Lights and incredible national parks, including beautiful fauna. Maybe Norway is the most rural and traditional of these countries.

Svalbard — administered by Norway and this archipelago in the Arctic is a dream for nature lovers. Perfect place in the season to discover the captivating Northern Light and go on whale safaris.


Sweden is the largest country in the Nordic region by area and has thousands of islands around its coastline. The Swedish Archipelago is the second-largest in the Baltic Sea. 

 Sweden is also known for beautiful national parks, the fantastic dramatic nature of Swedish Lapland, and the phenomenon of Northern Light.


Finland, they are famous for the hundreds of thousands of islands and lakes. The natural phenomenon of the Northern Lights in the winter and the beautiful bright summer, including the Midnight Sun, makes Finland a top travel destination. 


Iceland is a top destination with spectacular sceneries of volcanoes, glaciers, geysers, hot springs and waterfalls. 


Greenland is an autonomous territory of Denmark and a member of the Nordic Council. Geographically and culturally, it is part of (native) North America.

Greenland is a captivating experience to visit related to the impressive special light up there, but because of the natural sceneries. Glaciers and icebergs dominate this unique region.