This map shows where Fjærland is situated in Norway: between the Sognefjord and the glacier Jostedalsbreen. Fjærland lies by the main road between Sogndal and Førde. There are frequent bus services to the bigger cities, like Oslo, Trondheim and Bergen. Try a search at Nor-way national coaches (search for “Fjærland v.kr”) for current routes. The bus stop in Fjærland is right next to the Norwegian Glacier Centre, and about 1.8 miles from the Booktown.
An even better way to get to the Booktown and Fjærland is by ferry. This trip is simply unforgettable, and the car ferry MF Skånevik, doing service between Balestrand, Hella and Fjærland, departs Balestrand at 8:05 and 11:50 every day in the high season – and the landing is right in the heart of the Booktown! There is no better way to unwind and prepare for the slow life in the Booktown than taking a stately trip by sea. You can read more about timetables and prices here. Tickets can be bought on board and (soon) in the booktown, or you can book them online at Visit Flåm’s website.