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Øyriket
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The Archipelago of Romsdal

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High skies and wide horizons!

Real experiences – easily accessible. All arranged especially for you, so you can discover the special atmosphere, the beautiful nature, along with a warm and welcoming host. We welcome you to the archipelago of Romsdal!

Øyriket i Romsdal
The archipelago of Romsdal.
Photo: Eline Karlsdatter Fladseth / Visitnorthwest.no
Inselreich in Romsdal
The archipelago of Romsdal.
Photo: Eline Karlsdatter Fladseth / Visitnorthwest.no
Øyriket i Romsdal
The archipelago of Romsdal.
Photo: Eline Karlsdatter Fladseth / Visitnorthwest.no
Øyriket i Romsdal
The archipelago of Romsdal.
Photo: Eline Karlsdatter Fladseth / Visitnorthwest.no
Øyriket i Romsdal
The archipelago of Romsdal.
Photo: Eline Karlsdatter Fladseth / Visitnorthwest.no
Øyriket i Romsdal
The archipelago of Romsdal.
Photo: Eline Karlsdatter Fladseth / Visitnorthwest.no
Øyriket i Romsdal
The archipelago of Romsdal.
Photo: Eline Karlsdatter Fladseth / Visit Northwest
Øyriket i Romsdal
The archipelago of Romsdal.
Photo: Eline Karlsdatter Fladseth / Visitnorthwest

Experiences in the archipelago

Discover the islands from a bike seat, walk a Sherpa-built staircase up to one of Misund’s many peaks, take a refreshing bath at a chalk-white beach, or experience the tranquillity of the fishing village Ona. The choice is yours!

Travel information

There are many opportunities. Look at the map and see if you find attractions that suit your particular needs or find travelling tips below to get where you want to go.

  • Med sykkel til Øyriket - engelsk

    Bike

    The bike may well be the greatest way of experiencing the archipelago. Feel free to start in Molde, and take the trip via Aukra to Ona, Finnøya and Harøya. When you want to head back ashore, you can take the same return trip, or alternatively the ferry from Myklebust to Dryna, and enjoy the bike trip across Oterøya to Solholmen.

  • Fly til Øyriket - engelsk

    Plane

    The archipelago of Romsdal is beautifully situated between two airports. If you take a flight to Molde, you can follow the road no. 662 to Mordalsvågen or Hollingsholmen. If your flight destination is Ålesund, the shortest way to the archipelago is via Brattvåg. 

  • Med bil til Øyriket - engelsk

    Car

    There is a car ferry to Aukra from Hollingsholmen, and another continues from Småge to the islands Ona, Sandøy, Orten and Finnøya. There is also a ferry from Mordalsvågen to Midsund, and from Dryna (and Brattvåg) to Myklebust as well.  

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