Sømna

THE AGRICULTURAL MUNICIPALITY OF SØMNA

The coastal area and the mild climate have since the Iron Age created the lush agriculture that makes Sømna the largest agricultural municipality in the Nordic region. Many travel through the countryside to get to the next ferry as quickly as possible, but there is no reason why you should! Take a break and experience the hospitality yourself.

Wide beach surface and mild climate have since the Iron Age created a lush, hospitable and large farming industry in Sømna. The peninsula, surrounded by shallow sea, small islets and idyllic limestone beaches is also a paradise for kayaking and diving. The beach area is cultivated all the way to the mountain slopes, where you can follow easy paths up to dizzying views.

The 648 meters high mountain Lysingen is the chieftain among the surrounding mountains. Lysingen is also the name of the ferry that runs between Holm in Bindal and Vennesund in Sømna. Vennesund has a long tradition as a trading post. Here you will find camping, boat rental and a restored jetty with food service.

Sømna bygdetun (rural museum)

Sømna bygdetun (rural museum)

Bygdetunet is situated at the place what once was called Viks most beautiful garden, today nearby Vik church, not far away from the centre of Vik. A pleasent stop along road 17 - Kystriksveien.

Attractions in Sømna

Sømna bygdetun (rural museum)

Sømna bygdetun (rural museum)

Bygdetunet is situated at the place what once was called Viks most beautiful garden, today nearby Vik church, not far away from the centre of Vik. A pleasent stop along road 17 - Kystriksveien.

Accommodation in Sømna

Bjørnvika Natursenter

Bjørnvika Natursenter

The facility is situated by the sea and consists of 11 high standard cabins. The cabins are spread around the area and are all idyllically situated with panoramic views of the Norwegian Sea.

Sømna kro og gjestegård

Sømna kro og gjestegård

Sømna guesthouse is located in the community centre Vik in Sømna municipality. Approximately 40 km south of Brønnøysund and 350 km north of Trondheim.