The coastal express boats between Trondheim and Kristiansund stops here. Important port for the shipping of timber exports to the Netherlands and Germany in the 17th century. A very beautiful viewpoint on the road that crosses the border between the counties of Sør-Trøndelag and Møre og Romsdal. Views of the Årvågsfjord to the west and, on clear days, all the way to Kristiansund. Large picnic area.
Ertvågøya, is an old farm dating back to 1872, renovated in 1992, in a beautiful location on the island of Ertvågøya. The farm is ecologically operated, rearing sheep. A peaceful and quiet place with possibilities for hikes and fishing both on the fjord and in lakes on the mountains.
One of the biggest industrial plants in Møre og Romsdal. Gas from the Norwegian Sea is processed to produce methanol, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and bioprotein products. There is a signposted road to a viewpoint near the plant.
Dating from 1924. It is one of the largest wooden churches in Møre og Romsdal. The triptych is dated 1460. There has been a church here since 900 AD (Håkon the Good). A beautiful parsonage dating from 1826 beside the church.
A battle site where Harald Fairhair fought two battles before he managed to defeat the minor kings of Møre and succeeded in incorporating Møre og Romsdal into the kingdom which he united, and which was given the name Norway.
Fine collections of fishing gear and objects highlighting the coastal culture and the Geitbåt (goat boat) – the easy-to-row utility boat and sailing boat that is the pride of the Nordmøre coast.
One of Northern Europe’s wildest saltwater maelstroms. When the effect of the high and low tides is at its greatest, the maelstrom is a fantastic sight. Good spots for fishing from the shore.
Rich finds from 10,000-year-old settlements (the Fosna culture). Toll road to Litlfonna and a path to Fonna. Viewpoint with views of six municipalities.
A large rock cave. There is a marked path from Finnset to the cave and to the remains of a German battery from World War II.