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Ingøy Photo: Allan Klo
Ingøy Photo: Allan Klo

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Exotic and vital coastal culture. Wild, unique landscapes (named the second most beautiful site in the municipality) with Norway’s northernmost archipelago. A paradise for bird watchers (large population of eagle), rich flora, deep-sea fishing, Fruholmen lighthouse, ceramics atelier, nature trail, excellent hiking, goose hunt, guides etc.

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  • Buildings & Monuments Buildings & Monuments

Facilities

  • Museums, Galleries and crafts

    • ceramics
  • Activities

    • fishing possibilities
    • mountain hiking
    • sea fishing
    • nature trails
    • sights worth seeing
  • Nature and terrain

    • lake
    • hunting
    • view
    • sea/fjord
    • skerries
  • Hunting

    • small game shooting
    • hare hunting
    • goose hunting
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Ingøy - Photo: Allan Klo

Ingøy

Exotic and vital coastal culture. Wild, unique landscapes (named the second most beautiful site in the municipality) with Norway’s northernmost...

Ingøy

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