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Molde

Molde City of Roses
Molde Church

Molde

Molde (24.000 inhabitants) is the administrative centre and episcopal residence of the county of Møre og Romsdal, in addition to being an active educational, trading and touristic city. The town offers various educational facilities as well as many cultural activities, including an international literature festival and the famous annual Molde International Jazz Festival.

Molde, often referred to as the ‘Town of Roses’, occupies one of the most scenic locations in the northern fjord country. Located on a peninsula in the Romsdal region, Molde also has one of Norway’s most dramatic coastlines. Nearby, there is the interesting Romsdal Open-Air Museum and Varden Viewpoint with its lovely panoramic views. Further afield, you can travel on the famous Atlantic Ocean Road or explore the Viking island of Håholmen.

See our excursion tours below – for individual or private groups contact us using this link.

Tours Departing from Molde

Atlantic Road
Atlantic Ocean Road
Like a sea serpent, the Atlantic Ocean Road winds its way between windswept islands for over 5 miles.
Geiranger-Molde with Trollstigen Pass (Hurtigruten)
Like a sea serpent, the Atlantic Ocean Road winds its way between windswept islands for over 5 miles.
Gerainger
Molde
Highlights of Molde
Visit the main highlights of charming Molde which include the Romsdal Open-Air Museum, Varden Viewpoint and the Molde Church.
Path of the Trolls
The only way to enjoy the real beauty of the Norwegian scenery is to sit back, relax and 'watch the world go by'.
Trollstigen
Molde Heritage
Molde Heritage Trail (Walking Tour)
Enjoy a scenic walk along Molde's nature trail with its dramatic, panoramic views and visit the historic Romsdal Open-Air Museum.
A Viking Adventure - Håholmen
Visit the island of Håholmen, home of the explorer Ragnar Thorseth.
Håholmen

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