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Molde - the Atlantic Road - Kristiansund - Molde
This trip goes from Molde via the Atlantic Road - often described as the world’s most beautiful road – to Kristiansund and back to Molde!
The Atlantic Road connects Averøy with the mainland via a series of small islands and islets spanned by a total of eight bridges over 8274 meters. The road is a national tourist route.
On some of the departures you have the opportunity to leave the bus at Atlanterhavsvegen and take a later bus onwards. Other departures is a direct connection to the bus for Kristiansund, and you enjoy the view from the bus window. (Check the timetable below.)
If you stop at the Atlantic Road, you will get off the bus at Eldhusøya. Here you can take a walk on the suspended walkway around the islet. The walkway consists of latticework (“grids”) “floating” above the terrain, and is suitable for or anyone. The service building at Eldhusøya, with its distinct architecture that falls into the terrain, has a café and toilets. (Open Saturdays and Sundays in the spring and every day 1st June – 31st August.) The area also offers a magnificent landscape, a rich bird life and great fishing opportunities.
In Kristiansund you have some time to look around this charming little town right on the ocean’s edge.
Kristiansund known for the dried and salted cod – “klippfisk” (literally “cliff fish”). The city’s speciality is the dish bacalao and dishes with “klippfisk” are served in all the restaurants and most of the cafés in town. You also find a snackbar that serves another one of Kristiansund's specialities - real fish and chips, locally called "fishan". The town has a rich cultural offering and a selection of shops and cafés.
The trip back to Molde goes via Frei and Batnfjorden. Along the route you can enjoy the beautiful mountain and fjord landscape.
Departure from: Molde bus terminal, track 7
About our trips
This trip is a “Travel like the locals” tour by FRAM - the brand for public transport in Møre and Romsdal county. Our “Travel like the locals” tours use the regular FRAM buses, ferries and boats, but we have done the planning for you so that you can concentrate on enjoying your trip. You travel on your own - there is no guide or tour leader. On most of our tours you must change several times between different buses/ferries/boats, and it is up to you to make sure you catch your connections – truly travelling like a local! (The tours are set up so that the buses, ferries and boats connect.)
Trips are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas due to deviations in the timetables. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the trip is bookable.
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