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The Atlantic road and fishing village Bud

Hustadvika is known as one of the most dangerous stretches of sea along the Norwegian coast and the area offers exciting experiences for the traveler. To the east is the Atlantic Road, which is often referred to as the world's most beautiful car journey. Not far away you will find the active and charming fishing village Bud which is beautifully situated facing the sea and offers rich history and magnificent coastal nature.

Explore Hustadvika

Take a swim at the white, sandy beach Farstadsanden or try sailing on a raft across the underground lake in the mysterious marble caves on Bergtatt. There are both concert halls and spring water that is tapped directly from the wall. In Hustadvika you can also visit Trollkirka. This church should not be confused with an ordinary church, but consists of exciting marble and limestone caves and a waterfall in the mountains.

If you want to get your heart rate up, there are many adapted hiking trails and beautiful mountain peaks in Hustadvika, including Stemshesten (667 m.o.h.) and Melen (769 m.o.h.) as the most famous.

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Places near Hustadvika

Hustadvika is located at the rim of the west coast in Møre og Romsdal. The municipality stretches from the fishing village of Bud in the south, along the coast to the Atlantic Road in the north. Explore a magnificent coastal landscape, with rocky cliffs, sandy beaches and solid mountains offering panoramic views. Here you can read more about the Atlantic Road.

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Travel inspiration

Articles written by our team of local guides and experts to give you an insight into the range of experiences to explore in the Northwest region. Figure out what you would like to see on your trip and then add specific activities, accomodation, places to eat and transport in your custom trip planner.

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