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A small harbor in Mausund at the coast of Trøndelag
Mausund, Trøndelag.
Photo: Marius Rua
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A taste of trout and traditions

At the coast of Trøndelag, also called Coastal Norway, you will experience genuine coastal heritage, local food, and a wide range of activities at both sea and on land.

Hitra
Sea eagle in Hitra.
Photo: Svein Wik
Stokkøya
Kayaking outside of Stokkøya island.
Photo: Tom Gustavsen
Fosen, Trøndelag
Fishing off the Fosen peninsula.
Photo: W. Krause / media-army.de
Trøndelag
Viking ship outside the coast of Trøndelag.
Photo: Kystens Arv
Rorbuer at Frøya
Rorbuer at Frøya.
Photo: Petra Sestak
Hitra
Locally produced cheese at Hitra Farm.
Photo: Marius Rua / Opplev Trøndelag
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Getting here and around

Get in-depth travel information on Coastal Norway’s official website.

  • Hitra, Frøya and Fosen road

    By road

    A local bus service offers daily departures from Trondheim to Hitra, Frøya and Fosen.

    When driving from Trondheim, follow the E39 to Orkanger. From Orkanger, follow Rv714 all the way to Hitra. Rv714 passes across Hitra and on to Frøya. From Trondheim it takes you about 50 minutes to reach Fosen (included a ferry between Flakk and Rørvik).

    The Hitra tunnel, which links the island of Hitra to the mainland, is 260 metres deep and one of Europe’s deepest tunnels. Another tunnel links Hitra and Frøya.

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  • Hitra, Frøya and Fosen boat

    By boat

    An express boat from Trondheim or Kristiansund calls at Fosen and Sandstad at Hitra three times a day and corresponds with a bus to Frøya. The ferry trip from Trondheim takes approximately one hour to Brekstad and two hours to Sandstad.

    There are also a regular boat service from Trondheim and Kristiansund to Fosen.

  • Hitra, Frøya and Fosen plane

    By plane

    There are several daily flights between Ørland Airport and Oslo Airport. Frøya also has an airport for light aircrafts.

    Trondheim Airport is the closest major airport and is located 45 kilometres from Fosen and 150 kilometres from Hitra.

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