Situated right below the Arctic Circle, Helgeland is known for its unique coastline and spectacular mountain formations.
Experience the paddling paradise of the Helgeland Coast, which is regarded as one of Norway’s best areas for sea kayaking.
Pack your walking boots and explore Helgeland on foot. Hiking options abound, whether you follow marked trails or make a foray into the wilderness.
You will find four tourist information centers to help you plan your trip to the Helgeland Region.
A UNESCO World Heritage site, a mountain with a hole through it and a cruise with Hurtigruten are just some of the attractions in Helgeland.
Helgeland's culinary traditions span fish and seafood, bread, cakes, dairy products and meat. Here are a few places where you can try the local fare.
Buy art and handicrafts directly from local artists. The Helgeland region also has several modern shopping centres.
Stay in a traditional Norwegian fisherman's cabin, in an authentic small hotel on the coast or in a historic hotel in Mosjøen or Mo i Rana.
The Torghatten Mountain, the bird island of Lovunden and the Saltfjellet-Svartisen National Park are among the attractions on this trip.
Helgeland is a large and majestic region covering 18,000 square kilometres in the southern part of the county of Nordland.
Getting to Helgeland is easy whether you choose to drive, fly, catch a train or travel by Hurtigruten!
Experience the cultural heritage of Northern Norway and its many natural wonders, from the majestic Svartisen Glacier to the Vega Islands.