The Atlantic Road

Ride along on what The Guardian ranked as the world´s best road trip, and was awarded the “Engineering Feat of the Century” prize in 2005.

  • Join a guided bus tour from Kristiansund to Molde.
  • Drive along the famous Atlantic Road, crossing eight bridges in a stunning coastal landscape.
  • Visit the Kvernes Stave Church.
  • Enjoy a `bacalao´ meal at a local tavern along the way.
  • Direction

    Southbound direction

  • Season

    Spring, Summer

  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: For everyone

  • Duration

    4 hours 30 min

  • Min. passengers

    14

  • Max. passengers

    90

  • Booking code

    HR-KSU11C

  • From

    169 €

  • Notices

    Not available on 17.05 (Norway’s national day)

The Atlantic Road zigzags and leaps across several small islands on eight low bridges that are built directly above and along the edge of the North Atlantic Ocean. The 8.2 kilometre journey passes through stunning coastal landscape and has not surprisingly become one of Norway’s most visited tourist destinations. We start our trip with a short sightseeing tour of the small city Kristiansund before continuing to the island of Averøy.

Here, we visit Kvernes Stave Church, believed built in the first part of the 13th century. Afterwards, we visit a local tavern where we tuck into the specialty of the house, “bacalao”, made from the region´s famous `klippfisk´ (dried cod) and other local ingredients. We then proceed along the Atlantic Road to Norway´s `City of Roses´, Molde, famous for its annual international jazz festival in July. We conclude our excursion with a short sightseeing tour of Molde before re-boarding Hurtigruten.

Practical Information

  • Disembarking port: Kristiansund
  • Embarking port: Molde
  • Available period: 11 April - 10 September
  • Transportation: Bus
  • Meals on the trip: Bacalao, bread, caramel pudding, coffee/tea
  • Clothes/Footwear: Comfortable shoes, warm clothing
  • Note: Not available on 17.05 (Norway’s national day)