Nestled among the towering peaks of Geirangerfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the small village of Geiranger is the gateway to some of coastal Norway’s most magnificent natural treasures. The Seven Sisters Waterfall tumbles 1,000 feet into the fjord’s water below, while directly across the fjord The Suitor waterfall looks on. The overlook known as Eagle’s Bend towers 2,000 feet above the village, accessed via a winding mountain road with 11 hairpin turns. And the Norwegian Fjord Center puts all this natural splendor into perspective with fascinating exhibits. Closer to shore, the village’s octagonal church is a delightful gem with wonderful views of the fjord.