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Vagholmane, Møre og Romsdal, Norway
Vagholmane Marina is a small port situated in the city of Davik, right on the Hardangerfjord. This area represents an oasis, away from crowded cities and constant buzz- A paradise for those looking to reconnect with nature and hit the reset button. Fishing is the most sought-after activity in the area, local fishermen being more than pleased to take you into open waters to try deep sea fishing or in the shallows of the Hardangerfjord shores where you can fish for the famous Sea Trout. Hotels can be found very close to Davik and provide services fit for every taste and budget. The top rated establishments are: Finnøy Havstuer, Systra Hotel Søvik, Ona Havstuer and Storfjord Hotel. Restaurants in the area are open all year round and are ready to astonish you with traditional cuisine and exquisite fish dishes. The top rated venues feature names like: Aalesund Restaurant, Baronen Restaurant and Food Town Sandsli. Do not miss the opportunity of connecting with “The Northern Ways”.
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Attractions in Møre og Romsdal
“The home of the Norwegian Mountains” – An island of tranquility in an ocean of agitation. Situated in the furthest north part of western Norway, this marvelous region is a natural display of the paradise that Norway offers. The county name was created in 1936 initially the area being called “Romsdalen Amt.” The name was influenced by the word Mœrr (Møre) which describes the area’s proximity to Ocean or Sea.
Møre og Romsdal is a marvelous region to visit for any tourist. With countless attractions and cultural landmarks, this county will astonish everyone interested in Norway’s historical heritage. The Norangsdalen Valley is one of the community’s gems and is an important part of the ecosystem. The valley stretches between mountain peaks that blocked the old river a long time ago and formed a fantastic lake at the very end. Here you can still see remains of the old road that lead through the mountains... more info
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