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Volda

Volda Church

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.

Runde

Runde Lighthouse

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...

Volda

Volda Rural Museum and Tannery Museum

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...

Runde

Fishing trip at Runde

The fishing trips are based on a price per hour for boat, skipper and loan of fishing tackle, and is not based on price per person. The trips starts fr...
Price from NOK 800 / 2750 boat rental, maximum 11 / 36 pax.

Volda

The Sivert Aarflot Museum

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!

Tromsø

Northern Lights Safari

Northern Lights Safari 5 nights individual Northern Lights package, with stays in Tromso, adventurous Northern Lights trips, Dog sledge & Arctic meals....

Kleppe

Friluftshuset på Orre

At Orre recreation centre (Friluftshuset på Orre) you can find out all you need to know about the beaches of Jæren, which are scenic reserves, and the...

Brusand

Kvassheim lighthouse

The lighthouse was built in 1912, the last link of a lighthouse network extending up the Jæren coast. Its last keeper left when it was automated in...

Rjukan

Rikulv´s stone

Rikulv lived in the Middle Ages and was outlawed after killing one of the wealthy farmers in a dispute over fishingrights in Lake Mårvatn.

Rjukan

Hardangervidda

Hardangervidda is the largest national park in Norway, and the scenery is varied with steep mountainsides and spectacular views.
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