The Vega archipelago, situated off the Helgeland coast, is named one of the world’s top undiscovered island gems. You should also pay a visit to the Svartisen glacier and the Arctic Circle, and hike in mountains like the Seven Sisters.
Go island hopping on a bike, paddle in a sea kayak, explore a cave or go hiking in the mountains dotted along Helgeland.
Fjordgården Mo i Rana is idyllically situated by the fjord. Here you can enjoy the tranquility of the sea, and…More
This historic hotel offers a good location in the centre of the Arctic Circle town of Mo i Rana, set in the…More
With a stunning location with an ocean view and the island in the west, this old house is recently refurbished…More
Vassenget Lodgings is situated in peaceful, idyllic and rural sourroundings, with accomodations right next to…More
Activities like boat, canoeing or bike riding is possible. Newly renovated sanitary buliding with washing…More
The hotel is named after the founder of the Nordland railway line which reflects the interior of the hotel.…More
Centrally located apartment hotel with family rooms and self catering. Close to bus/ coach and train station.…More
With the sea right outside your door, it's easy to get close to nature. You might go out and try your luck at…More
You can rent a cabin with six beds, TV, refrigerator with freezer and all the equipment you need for…More
The hosts Jan, who is a farmer and a designer and Rina who is chef and artist, offers comfortable beds in…More
The first Renaissance gardens were built in Italy as early as the beginning of the 1400s. What featured these…More
The first Renaissance gardens were built in Italy as early as the beginning of the 1400s. What featured these…
3 bedrooms, loft, kitchen with dishwasher, bathroom w / shower and washing machine Accommodates 4 adults and 3…More
Tosbotn Camping offers accommodation in comfortable cabins with one, two or three bedrooms. There are also…More
In 1794 a farmer's son and captain obtained royal consent to run a guesthouse and to engage in commerce. Fru…More
Furøy Camping is located close to Kystriksveien (EN: The Coastal Route - rv17) - just by the Forøy/Ågskardet…More
There are 12 cabins and 2 apartments available to rent. In addition there are caravan/ mobilehome spaces with…More
Includes open-plan living room/kitchen, shower/toilet and TV. Two bedrooms with double beds (sleeps four),…More
Self-service accommodation with kitchenette and en suite bathrooms in all rooms.More
Haugen Camping has both cabins and seats designed for motor homes. Campingplassen har strømtilkobling for…More
the farm offers not only accommodation but meals and a farm shop as well. You can stay in the lovely…More
At Sæterstad you can go hunting, fishing, hiking or other experiences in nature or on the farm. Or you could…More
The house has two living rooms, five bedrooms (seven beds), a kitchen and bathroom with bath and toilet. Also…More
If you arrive from the south, you have reached the beginning of Helgeland- you can see Torghatten towards…More
The camping offers cabins, apartments, rooms, tent sites and pitches for caravans and motorhomes. It features…More
Two person cabin (double sofa bed with kitchenette, pots and pans, fridge and satellite TV. Cold and hot water…More
Grønligrøtta got five familysized rooms with kitchen and bathroomfascilities. Breakfast can be ordered.More
The apartments are ideal for two families travelling together. The apartments have views of the archipelago,…More
Enjoy a walk in the garden, and the a meal in the summer cafe. Hildurs Urterarium is a proud member of Arctic…More
You find the Restaurant Ellenstuen in Fru Haugans Hotel in the old part of Mosjøen. The Restaurant change the…More
This cosy restaurant at Thon Hotel Brønnøysund serves local specialities as well as international cuisine, and…More
Laksforsen Turistcafe (Restaurant) offers traditional homemade Norwegian dishes and a stunning view!More
The inn is equally popular with visitors and locals. Sømna also features special culinary evenings and is a…More
A friendly cafè and cultural veneue, with concerts and pub evenings throughout the year. A delicious lunch…More
A menu of delicious dishes prepared from local ingredients – char, moose, wild mutton, reindeer, venison…More
This old country store and coffee shop from around year 1880, proudly offers locally produced food from the…More
At Kaffistova you can choose between homemade cooking, traditional sandwiches and freshly made coffee every…More
Permanent exhibition of objects and photographs, wxhibition on World War II, special summer exhibition, theme…More
The Hotel is widely known for its superb Cooking. Both traditional Norwegian food as well as European dishes…More
This store specialises in offering top quality food products from local, small-scale producers, and also…More
Torghatten StrandRestaurant Fine dining restaurant at the waterfront. Customised menu each evening based on…More
Torghatten StrandRestaurant Fine dining restaurant at the waterfront. Customised menu each evening based on…
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The Nordlandsbanen railway is named one of the world’s most beautiful train journeys by Lonely Planet and runs from Trondheim to Bodø. The train journey from Trondheim to Mosjøen takes about five hours, whilst the trip to Mo i Rana takes six hours. Trains from Bodø take three hours to Mo i Rana, and four hours to Mosjøen.
The E6 runs the length of Helgeland and is the most direct route northwards.
If you want to drive the scenic route, choose the National Tourist Route Helgelandskysten (“the Coastal Route”, Rv17) which stretches from Steinkjer to Bodø. Note that this road includes several ferry crossing.
You can also reach the Helgeland Coast via Tosenvegen (Fv76), Mosjøen (Fv 78) or Mo i Rana (E12).
Several express boats and ferries take you between the destinations at the Helgeland Coast. Find out more at Helgeland’s official website.
The famous Hurtigruten calls at Rørvik, Brønnøysund, Sandnessjøen, Nesna, Ørnes, and Bodø twice a day.
There are frequent bus services between the coast of Helgeland and many inland destinations.
Several buses runs between the larger destinations in Helgeland.
A number of ferries and express boats are ready to transport you between the destinations along the National Tourist Route Helgelandskysten (Rv17) and to and from the islands off the coast.
Find out more at Helgeland’s official website.
There are direct flights from Oslo to Brønnøysund and Sandnessjøen.
There are also direct flights from Trondheim and Bodø to Brønnøysund, Sandnessjøen, Mosjøen, and Mo i Rana.
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Norway is an incredible place to explore, with untamed mythical landscapes, mountains, valleys, and fjords. Before you enter the outdoors, get familiar with the nine simple rules of the Norwegian mountain code to help you stay safe.
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