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The fishing village of Ona and Ona lighthouse

Norway's southernmost still-functioning traditional fishing village with a permanent population of about 20-25. This small island community has small...



Big meadow of easter lillies right next to the church. The first lillies were plantet by the priest Alexander Borch (1696-1725). Han brought bulbs fro...


The Mardalsfossen Waterfall (20.06-20.08)

The long Eikesdalsvatnet lake lies just 26 metres above sea level, while the surrounding mountains tower to heights of 1,500 to 1,800 metres straight u...


Varden - the Molde Panorama

From the Varden viewpoint (407 m.a.s.) there is a fantastic view over the town of Molde, the fjord with the islands, and the famous Molde panorama wit...


The Bjørnerem caves

Bjørneremshelleren lies 200 m obliquely up from Bjørnerem, by RV 668 road. The first people to settle in Romsdal probably lived in these caves. Finding...


Troll Church (484 m.a.s.l.)

The Troll church consists of three exciting limestone grottos with underground streams and waterfalls. The two lower grottos have beautiful waterfalls...


Reinheimen national park

Reinheimen National Park is the second-largest undisturbed natural area in southern Norway, and this extremely diverse mountain area is characterised by untouched wilderness.


The French Cave

Franskhelleren (the French grotto) is a grotto located about 4-500 m from the ferry landing at Dryna. French POWs fleeing from the Germans lived here...

Eidsvåg i Romsdal

The petroglyphs at Bogge

Petroglyphs are signs and symbols that were carved into the rock in the days when people lived from fishing and hunting. The carvings may be a celebrat...


The fishing village Bjørnsund

Bjørnsund is a deserted island with idyllic atmosphere. Around 1900 the population was 5-600. The houses, which "cling" to the islands and skerries ha...
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