1729 ( March 31, 2013 )

Norddal is a place and a municipality in the central Norwegian Fylke (administrative district ) Møre og Romsdal. In the commune in 1729 people ( as of March 31, 2013) on an area of ​​about 941 square kilometers with a population density of 1.8 inhabitants per square kilometer. The administrative center is Valldal. For the geographically large municipality next Norddal and Valldal belong the localities Fjørå, Tafjord and Eidsdal. Nordal lies partly in the some areas are accessible in Tafjordfjella Mountains only from the water, but borders on the opposite side of the Geirangerfjord and the archipelago. The region is one of the richest fishing areas in Norway. Even the location at 423 meters sea Eidsvatn one of them.


In addition to the largest goat farm in Norway Herdalssetra and the fjord and mountain farms the Ærverdig Kyrkje, the Octagonal Church of Norddal from 1782 with the oil paintings of Bent Notke from the early 16th century is a tourist magnet. In compacts is Europe's northernmost orchard.