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The smallest of the inhabited islands in the municipality, with no traffic. Excellent hiking, hunting and opportunity for both fresh-water and deep-sea fishing. Boats for hire. The island also has a small number of wild reindeer.

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Måsøy

Måsøy

The smallest of the inhabited islands in the municipality, with no traffic. Excellent hiking, hunting and opportunity for both fresh-water and deep-sea...

Måsøy

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