Alnes Light house in summer. There is flowers and green grass in front of the red and white light house

Alnes Lighthouse

Explore the ancient islands of Giske and Godøy and enjoy the fantastic coastal scenery at Alnes Lighthouse.

  • See the stunning ocean view from Alnes Lighthouse
  • Discover the amazing Viking history of Giske and Godøy islands
  • Enjoy traditional, freshly baked homemade cake at the lighthouse
  • Take in the panoramic scenery from Mount Aksla viewpoint
  • Direction

    Northbound direction

  • Season

    Winter, Spring

  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: Easy - suitable for most people

  • Duration

    3 hours 30 minutes

  • Min. passengers


  • Max. passengers


  • Booking code


  • From

    169 €

We’ll travel by bus to the island of Giske, known as the ‘Saga Island.’ Birthplace of the Viking Chieftain Rollo, ancestor of William the Conqueror, this island has been inhabited since the Bronze Age. 

You’ll also pass the 12th-century white marble church that was built by the island’s ruling family for their own use, before continuing to the island of Godøy. 

Here, we drive through the fishing village of Alnes up to Alnes Lighthouse. Built-in 1876, it is a protected relic of Norwegian culture and offers great views of the coastline for those that climb to the top. 

Back in the town of Ålesund, we make one last stop at Mount Aksla to enjoy the breathtaking vista of the town, the surrounding archipelago, and the fjord.    

Alnes lighthouse in winter. The ground is covered in snow Alnes lighthouse in winter. The ground is covered in snow


  • Disembarking Port: Ålesund
  • Embarking port: Ålesund
  • Available From: 2 Nov - 1 Jun, except 24-26 Dec, 1 Jan, 28-31 Mar
  • Transportation: Bus
  • Meals: Coffee and cake
  • Clothes: Hiking shoes, warm and windproof clothing.