Let us drive you along the swooping Atlantic Road, one of the most beautiful routes in the world.
Drive the world-famous Atlantic Road, which rises and falls across a series of bridges and islands
Stroll along the raised walkway at Eldhusøya for great views at the edge of the ocean
Get to know Molde, the city of jazz and roses, one of Norway’s most dangerous coastlines, and a charming fishing village
Autumn, Winter, Spring (1 October May - 30 April)
Level 1: Easy - suitable for most people
Note: Tea or coffee and cake provided
We start with a sightseeing tour of Molde, known as the city of jazz and roses thanks to its abundant gardens and annual music festival. Then, we trace the edge of the Fannefjord before driving towards the mountains on our way to the iconic Atlantic Road.
Named Norway’s Construction of the Century, the road swoops and soars across a series of bridges and islands that are as dramatic on a stormy day as they are beautiful when the sun shines. You’ll probably recognise it from the movies and car commercials.
We’ll stop at Eldhusøya for an optional stroll along the suspended walkway – the views will have you snapping away with your camera! – then continue the drive along Hustadvika, one of Norway’s most dangerous coastlines and the cause of a string of shipwrecks over the centuries.
Our last stop is the pretty fishing village of Bud where we’ll pause to take some photos before driving along the coast and fjord back to Molde.