The Kinsarvik village is the administrative center of Ullensvang municipality in the county of Hordaland. Its name comes from a wild river, having the meaning of "the bay of Kinso"; the Kinso River falls in four spectacular waterfalls from the mountain plateau to the Kinsarvik fjord; the waterfalls are accessible along hiking routes of 4-6 hours. There are a couple of camping grounds in this village: Hardangertun offers, besides camping, trainings in rock climbing, canoeing and a family park; Kinsarvik camping offers a perfect view over the fjord. The nearby harbour is perfect for sailing amateurs, while you can admire the fjords from their thick shores full of fruit trees. A monumental project is ongoing in the area - the Hardangerbrua Bridge will be just 12 km from Kinsarvik and will regain the village importance in tourist traffic.