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Charming apartment in a traditional Bergen home from the early 1800's in the "Rose Hamlet" neighbourhood. Fully refurbished, but maintaining its original charm, this well-equipped apartment offers easy access to the city centre. 1-6 persons, free parking.
Volda Church has been called "The Cathedral of Sunnmøre". Large, beautiful stone church designed by the architect Arnstein Arneberg. Fresco paintings by Hugo Louis Mohr. The church is also being used for various concerts, with its good acoustics bringing phantastic concert experiences.
In Bjørkedalen in Volda municipality you can see the beautiful ships that Jakob Helset has built. The ships are not replicas of Viking ships that have...
Helse Sunnmøre (Volda- and Ålesund hospitals) is located in the south western part of Norway. Facilities within Helse Sunnmøre are situated in Volda,...
A museum with 19 old buildings that make up a typical
farmstead in Sunnmøre in the 19th century. The
oldest building is from the 16th century. The Ta...
At Egset lies The Sivert Aarflot-Museum, a museum of the printing press. Sivert Aaflot opened a print shop in 1809, and this was the first one in rural Norway. Come and see the old equipment, including the printing press from 1824 that still works!
Runde Lighthouse is situated on Kvalneset, northwest of the island Runde. This is one of the 80 listed lighthouses in Norway. The lighthouse became ope...
Dalsfjorden is a good starting point for a lot of fantastic walks along old forest paths to Storlidsetra and Vassbakkedalen, as well as mountain hikes to Felden and Blæja. The fjord is also perfect for fishing and other recreational activities.
Open visitor farm and unique alpaca farm, with café serving homemade food and an art gallery in a converted barn. Farm shop sells garments made from a...
The idyllic village Bjørkedalen is renowned for its boatbuilding traditions. As far back as to the Viking era, boats have been built here, and today you can enjoy the proud Viking ships when you visit the Bjørkedalen Water.