Round trip from Molde to Valldal, Trollstigen & Åndalsnes

Molde - Valldal - Trollstigen - Åndalsnes - Molde The first leg of this round trip takes you from Molde to Sjøholt. This stretch includes a ferry trip of about 35 minutes, allowing you to see the town of Molde from the seaside. You can also enjoy one of the local specialties, svele (a type of sweet pancake) that you can buy onboard. From Sjøholt, the tour continues to Valldal, famous for their delicious strawberries. In Valldal you have 35 minutes to enjoy the fjord view (and strawberries) while waiting for the bus to continue to one of Norway’s national tourist routes, Trollstigen. There will be a 25 minutes stop at the Trollstigen plateau, 850 meters above sea level, with time to enjoy the spectacular view. Remember your camera! The bus then curves down the hairpin road from Trollstigen to Åndalsnes. From Åndalsnes you can choose between two return times to Molde/Kristiansund. You can stretch your legs, enjoy the sight of the majestic mountains and the fascinating architecture of the building Norsk Tindesenter. If you choose to stay until 18:00 – and you are in fairly good shape – you may even manage a hike up to the “Rampestreken” viewing point.   The tour continues from Åndalsnes via the ferry Åfarnes-Sølsnes back to Molde.   Departure from: Molde trafikkterminal   About our trips All our trips take place with public transport. On most trips you must change between different means of transport during the trip. Trips are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the trip is bookable.

Round trip Molde - the Atlantic Road

Molde - the Atlantic Road - Molde This trip takes you from Molde to what is often described as the world’s most beautiful road! With its location at the edge of the mighty ocean, the Atlantic Road is as beautiful in sunshine and calm weather as in full storm and rain. 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 this round trip, the bus stops at Eldhusøya, where 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. Note that for some of the departures you have optional return times, allowing for a longer stop at the Atlantic Road. (See the timetable below.)    Departure from: Molde bus terminal   About our trips All our trips take place with public transport. On most trips you must change between different means of transport during the trip. Trips are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the trip is bookable.

Round trip to Bud

Molde - Bud - Molde Less than an hour from Molde, situated on the ocean’s edge, you find the small fishing village of Bud. In the 16th and 17th century, Bud was the biggest trading post between Bergen and Trondheim. Today, Bud is still an active and charming fishing village. In Bud you can enjoy the sight of beautiful boathouses, visit some of the small shops or one of the cafés or restaurants. You may also visit Ergan Coastal Fort, a German coastal fort built during the war years of 1940-45, today restored as a war memorial museum. Exhibitions of local and regional events from World War II . Ergan also has exceptional views over the fishing village of Bud and the waters of Hustadvika. Another great possibility in Bud is to take a walk along “Kyststien” (the coastal path). This path goes mainly along the sea front and takes you through Bud and along the coast with a fantastic view to the great ocean. The estimated time to complete the path is 45 minutes (7 kilometers). If you go on the earliest trip of the day (see timetable below), you have a little time in Elnesvågen on your way back. This is another little village with some quite nice shops and other services.   Departure from: Molde bus terminal   About our trips All our trips take place with public transport. On most trips you must change between different means of transport during the trip. Trips are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the trip is bookable.

Round trip to Ona

Molde - Ona - Molde This round trip takes you to Ona – a tiny island community out in the ocean. The trip starts in Molde by bus (and a short ferry trip) to Aukra and Småge ferry harbor, where the ferry to Ona starts. The ferry to Ona goes via the island Orten, Finnøya and Sandøya before reaching Ona. Passengers to Ona should stay on the ferry during the short stays at the other islands. Ona is Norway’s southernmost traditional fishing village and has a permanent population of approx. 25. The island also has a ceramics workshop and a small kiosk/shop. In the summer (typically June - August), there’s a café and possibilities for overnight stays. On “Onakalven”, the island highest point, you find Ona lighthouse. From the lighthouse, you have a magnificent view of the ocean and towards the mainland. Ona is a tranquil place where you can thoroughly enjoy the peace and quiet! The trip to Ona is as fantastic in the summer as in the winter. Remember, though, that the island is located out in the ocean and the weather conditions can be harsh. Therefore, it is important to bring warm clothes and windproof clothes. If you go there outside of the peak season in the summer, we recommend bringing some food and drinks as well, as the island’s shop has a limited offering.   Departure from: Molde bus terminal   About our trips All our trips take place with public transport. On most trips you must change between different means of transport during the trip. Trips are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the trip is bookable.

Round trip to the Norwegian Scenic Route Atlantic Road & Kristiansund

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   About our trips All our trips take place with public transport. On most trips you must change between different means of transport during the trip. Trips are not available for booking on public holidays and during holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas. The timetable shown is valid for the periods when the trip is bookable.