The archipelago stretching from Hitra, Frøya and along the Fosen peninsula consists of thousands of islands, islets and skerries. Local ferries and bridges take you from island to island, where you can visit ancient fishing villages, eat local food and enjoy a beer at the local brew pub.
Live the simple life. You can stay in a traditional rorbu (fishermen's cottage) or a solitary lighthouse among the waves. Many tourists find their way here to fish the summer's night away, while others come to watch the white-tailed eagle dive for fish and capture a memory of a lifetime with their camera. If you are in search of more physical activities, you can try sea rafting by rigid-inflatable boats (RIB) or seek out a local diving or kayaking club.
If you rent a boat, you can can visit one or more of the many small islands and islets in the archipelago or see if the fish are biting.
Explore the coast the way you want to - fast paced or pure peace and tranquillity.