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BOOKING in MØRE & ROMSDAL

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FARMS

Products grown far north growing under unique lighting conditions, gives the ingredients a special character. Norway is a pure region with fisheries, green pastures, small farms, and a modern meat and dairy industry, dominated by beautiful fjords, mountains, and untouched nature. Norway has a long coastline with excellent sea food.

Møre & Romsdal
     
 From NOK

 FREE

 THE ATLANTIN OCEAN ROAD

The Atlantic Ocean Road is a unique road connection between the municipalities Averøy and Eide. The Atlantic Ocean Road takes you over 8 brigdes from islet to islet out to the very point where the land ends and the ocean begins. The name of the bridges are Vevangstraumen Bridge (119 metres), Hulvågen Bridges (3 bridges - 293 metres), Storseisundet Bridge (260 metres), Geitøysundet Bridge (52 metres), Store Lauvøysund Bridge (52 metres) and Lille Lauvøysund Bridge (115 metres).




 Molde
     
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 FREE

 MOUNT AKSLA

Ålesund is a unique experience, with its fantastic view, from the town mountain Aksla, 418 steps from the town centre, its magnificent Art Nouveau architecture and the picturesque Brosundet. The mountain Aksla, the mountain lodge Fjellstua and the vantage point the knife ( Kniven ) tower over the centre, affording a splendid view of the town, the skerries, and right across to the jagged Sunnmøre Alps.

Experience also one of Europe´s largest aquariums, The Atlantic Sea-Park, built into the coastal landscape, it provides facinating insight into the multitude of life beneath the waves.




 Ålesund
     
 From NOK

 75,-

 ANTLANTIC SEA-PARK (ANTERHAVSPARKEN)

The Atlantic Sea-Park is beautifully situated along the ocean Front at Tueneset, approximately 3 km west of Ålesund, and represents one of the largest aquariums in Europe. The park contains 4000 m2 of public and exhibition space, in addition to 6000 m2 of coastal scenery, with fishing stands, hiking trails, bathing sites and outstanding diving venues. Cafeteria and souvenir shop.

The Atlantic-Sea Park is unique, built into coastal surroundings and adapted to modern exhibition principles. Large landscape aquariums teem with ocean life from up and down the Atlantic, with an emphasis on the western regions. Enjoy watching the divers feeding the fish by hand in the Atlantic Ocean tank!

Ålesund has one of the largest export harbours in the world for "Klippfisk", i.e. split, dried and salted cod. The Coastal Steamer (Hurtigruten) has daily departures.




 Ålesund
     
 From NOK

 1300,-

 HELICOPTER SIGHTSEEING

This is undoubtedly the most spectacular way to see the fjord, the glaciers and the rugged, snow-capped mountains. Designed to thrill, the flight is relaxed and leisurely, whilst revealing a dramatic panorama of the Geirangerfjord and surrounding mountains. You´ll fly the entire length of the famous fjord, rising from sea level to spectacular alpine scenery. The flight path takes you from the magnificent Mt. Dalsnibba, past rugged cliffs, cascading waterfalls, fjord farms, snow-capped mountain peaks, glaciers with crevasses and icefalls, and back to the lush green of the fjord below.

Tour no. 1: 15-min round flight Flight path: Above and along the Geirangerfjord, across the glaciers, finishing by flying over the Mt. Dalsnibba viewpoint

Tour no. 2: 1-hour round flight Flight path: Above and along the Geirangerfjord to Hellesylt, following the Hornindal valley to Hornindalsvatnet (the deepest lake in Europe, 514 m deep). From here, we continue to the eastern parts of the Nordfjord and Oldedalen valley, surrounded by the majestic Jostedal glacier. Briksdal, Brenndal and Myklebust glaciers. From here, we continue over the Loendalen and Stryndalen valleys, passing a mountain chain on our way to Mt. Dalsnibba and Geiranger.




 Geiranger
     
 From NOK

 800,-

 THE NEW GENERATION OF TOURS

Explore the Geiranger World Heritage Site in one of our eco-friendly Renault Twizy cars, with a GPS-based audio guide or your own VIP guide.

1. SMILE AND HAVE FUN!
2. ECO-FRIENDLY
3. EASY TO USE
4. THE NEW TRAVEL EXPERIENCE
5. AUDIO GUIDE AVAILABLE IN NORWEGIAN, ENGLISH AND GERMAN




 Geiranger
     
 From NOK

 595,-

 GEIRANGERJORD RIB ADVENTURE

A safe and comfortable open RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) is the most exciting way to experience the Geirangerfjord, and we take you closer to the waterfalls than anyone else! You´ll be provided with a weatherproof suit and taken on a smooth trip along the calm waters of the fjord in one of our rubber boats, all with comfortable seats. As well as the iconic "Seven Sisters", "Bridal Veil" and "Suitor" waterfalls, highlights include the majestic fjord cliffs and abandoned fjord farms that lend this unspoiled region its particular and very beautiful charm.

Meet your guide outside the tourist office in Geiranger 10 minutes before departure. He´ll take you to our base in a traditional fisherman´s cottage, where you put the weatherproof suit on over your normal clothes. The walk from the house to the pier, where you get into the boats, is about 100 meters. Each boat accommodates 12 people. This makes for a highly personalised tour and means our local guides have plenty of opportunities to tell you about the people who lived in the abandoned farms along the fjord.




 Geiranger
     
 From NOK

 205,-

 GEIRANGERJORD SIGHTSEEING

For some of the very best and most dramatic fjord scenery anywhere in Norway, don´t miss the chance to experience the Geirangerfjord UNESCO World Heritage site from our sightseeing boat. The scenery here is absolutely breathtaking. Take a closer look at the "Seven Sisters", "Bridal Veil" and "Suitor" waterfalls, the majestic fjord cliffs and abandoned mountain farms. Perhaps you´ll be lucky enough to see porpoises playing in the fjord. Don´t forget your camera!

Daily departures from May to September on M/S Geirangerfjord.




 Geiranger
     
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