Hellesylt is a small village in the municipality of Stranda, Norway. Its estimated population is about 675. Hellesylt sits in the ahead of Sunnylvsfjord, not far from the more prominent Geirangerfjord. The village is encircled by mountains and valleys, the standard of living is very high and the crime rate is zero. Hellesylt is a part of the More and Romsdal County in the western part of Norway. The site of the village on the mountain sides at the end of the Sunnylvsfjord is pictographic. Hellesylt and the various tourist attractions in the close neighborhood tempt you to stay for several days. Hellesylt is the natural starting point for tourists the whole year round.
It being such a small town doesn't have much to do but it does have one of the most admirable places in Norway. Hellesylt Waterfall is one of the most photographed waterfalls in the world. The falls divide Hellesylt Village in two, providing the little settlement with a extraordinary atmosphere.