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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...
THE IVAR AASEN CENTRE, with its special focus on language and literature and its unique architecture guarantees you a wealth of memorable experiences...
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.
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...
This stretch of the fjord is well-known for its fishing and plastics industry, salmon rivers, popular fishing spots on quays and headlands along the Vartdalsfjord. Cabins and houses to let, a fishing and hunting museum, and Sjøbuda Ramoen, a renovated fish wharf with a pub and food.
The tourist village beside the Hjørundfjord has a very unusual hotel built right on the water's edge, two campingsites and the salmon river Bondalselva. Starting point for walks in valleys and to the summit of Skårasalen. Boat-trips for fishing and sightseeing on the fjord.
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!
Sirdal has several churches, each with a colourful history and beautiful designs.
Nykhedlaren is the home of the norwegian folklore beast 'Nøkken' that lives in Sirdasvatnet.
2.5 hours roundtrip through dramatic nature by coach. Starting in Eidfjord, stop at Hardangervidda Nature Centre, continue to Vøringsfossen waterfall a...