Veøya island is centrally located in the Romsdal fjord, with good natural harbours and a rich history. Veøya means «the holy island» and there are also traces of pre-Christian cults. It has Norways oldest proven Christian graves dated to the 9th century, an 11th-century medieval stone church, a vicarage from 1750 and beautiful cultural landscape
In the Middle Ages, Veøya had 400-500 inhabitants and was the biggest trading post between Trondheim and Bergen. A vicarage from 1752 and mediaeval church from approx. 1200 with a churchyard. Outdoor exhibition with multilingual information boards. Pilgrim path through parts of the landscape.
Guided tour 5.7, 12.7 (boat from Molde) and 27.7.
Open for groups May-October by appointment.
|Billetes Omvisning/guided tour/geführte Tour||550,00 Billetes|
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