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The fishing village of Håholmen

The fishing village of Håholmen Photo: Destinasjon Molde & Romsdal AS/Håholmen Havstuer The fishing village of Håholmen Photo: Håholmen Havstuer The fishing village of Håholmen Photo: Håholmen Havstuer
The fishing village of Håholmen Photo: Destinasjon Molde & Romsdal AS/Håholmen Havstuer
The fishing village of Håholmen Photo: Håholmen Havstuer
The fishing village of Håholmen Photo: Håholmen Havstuer

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Ragnar Thorseth's 18th century fishing village with its original wharves, traditional fishermen's shacks and bakery. The seaward side of this 10-acre island faces directly onto the ocean and the shipping channels. On the landward side there is a sheltered natural harbour with thirty or so buildings, several dating from the 17th and 18th centuries. Special summer programme with boat trips and films in the "Saga Siglar" Hall. Reached by boat from the Atlantic Road.

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The fishing village of Håholmen - Photo: Destinasjon Molde & Romsdal AS/Håholmen Havstuer

The fishing village of Håholmen

Ragnar Thorseth's 18th century fishing village with its original wharves, traditional fishermen's shacks and bakery. The seaward side of this 10-acre...

The fishing village of Håholmen

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