Norway And Iceland

Wherever you decide to head, awe-inspiring landscapes and natural wonders are in store. Cruising even further north you can experience the ‘top of the world’ with a journey beyond the Arctic Circle. Viking settlements dot the landscape and Inuit and Norse history is brought to life within museum walls. Once back on board, your ship will embark on evening fjord cruises through some of the region’s most breathtaking sights. These unique Fjord cruises allow you to truly appreciate the pre-historic magnitude of these ice carved inlets with their spectacular waterfalls. 

Take a look at some example ports

There's a vast range of places you can go to with P&O Cruises.

Torshavn, Faroe Islands

Take a deep breath and savour that fresh sea air as you reach the untamed natural beauty of the Faroes, this group of islands offer steep mountains, idyllic villages and a unique light.

Akureyri, Iceland

A genuine 'Midnight Sun' destination, Akureyri cruise port is a charming Icelandic town with a stunning location on the country's longest fjord - Eyjafjörður.

Isafjordur, Iceland

The Icelandic fishing port of Isafjordur is perfect for those who want to experience the natural beauty of the West Fjords, its two valleys of Tungudalur and Engidalur are ideal for outdoor pursuits.

Reykjavik, Iceland

The name means 'Smoky (or Steamy) Bay' but these days the Icelandic capital Reykjavik is even hotter than that.

Alesund, Norway

Because it was completely rebuilt after being destroyed by fire in 1904, Alesund looks quite different to other Norwegian towns along the country's west coast now better known as simply 'Fjordland'.

Alta, Norway

Situated in the Land of the Midnight Sun, Alta is home to the world's first Northern Light observatory.