Seiland is an island with a lot of nature and history. Traces of humans have been found as far back as 7,000 years ago.
Havøysund is a town in Måsøy Municipality with approx. 1100 inhabitants. They have a hotel and several restaurants, a taxi company, a museum and a church.
Ingøy is a pearl located at 71º N. The island was Finnmark's capital in the 16th century and is known for its resource-rich fishing banks and extreme nature experiences.
Kokelv is a small village in Hammerfest municipality with approx. 130 inhabitants. They have a nursery and primary school, church, museum, petrol station and a local grocery store.
Rolvsøya is a beautiful island on top of the world. The island is located on the coast outside Havøysund and there are approx. 70 people here.
Skaidi is Northern Sami and means "where the rivers meet" - the place is the meeting point of Western Finnmark where the roads to Hammerfest, Havøysund, Alta, Honningsvåg and Lakselv meet.
Sørøya is Norway's fourth largest island and is called the green island in the north. There are incredible world-class nature experiences here.
The Englishman Arthur de Capell Brookes tells in his book "travels in Finnmark and stay in Hammerfest 1820"
In our region, we have several fantastically beautiful islands. Sørøya, Seiland, Rolvsøya and Ingøya are some of these - and we really recommend a trip here.
Hammerfest is the "food city in Finnmark" for the reason that the varied food offer is here!
The National Tourist Route to Havøysund offers a great variety of nature and cultural experiences!
Visit Hammerfest has teamed up with several local ambassadors!
The Hammerfest region has many great and varied hiking opportunities. At least the locals are eager to get out for a walk!
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