When you think of a beach vacation in Norway, you might think of the beaches, the beachfronts and the oceanfronts.
But Norway is actually the country with the most pristine beaches in the world, according to Lonely Planet.
With its lush, white sands and lush green grasslands, the Nordic nation is a paradise for those seeking a peaceful vacation.
Here are some of the best places to visit in Norway.1.
The Vossen, Norway2.
Laugården, the northernmost beach in Norway3.
Tørringen, one of the most beautiful beaches in Norway4.
The North Sea, Norway5.
The København, the most secluded of Norway’s six national parks6.
The Nordsborg, the largest and oldest of the Norwegian provinces7.
Stjørnbergen, a scenic island paradise10.
Jørgenholm, the only island in Norway where you can swim from the sea11.
Kjeræld, a beautiful village in Norway’s northlands12.
Fårland, a remote island paradise14.
Lofoten, home to the world’s largest lighthouse15.
Horsensbergen Islands, Norway’s largest island16.
Norges, the world-famous, world-renowned resort island17.
Rødbyggen, with the largest lake in the whole world19.
Mærsk, the country’s oldest city20.
Hjærring, a secluded and spectacular place for the outdoors21.
Hånden, an ice-free, glacier-free area of Norway22.
Tromsø, a charming island paradise24.
Østbro, a small town in Norway31.
Stora, a UNESCO World Heritage Site34.
Aftel, NorwayThe U.S. has the second-most pristine beaches on the planet.
Here’s a list of the top ten beaches in America.1