Low forests, hilly marshy landscapes, rock and water await you on idyllic Frøya. The island is flat where Bremnestua, at 74 metre above the sea, is the highest point. The wild and unaffected nature appears beautiful whatever the weather. Strolling along the sea front you may see otters and mink playing in the water, crabs in search of new prey, or fish darting off to hide behind a rock. Across the ocean, to the northwest, you will see the mighty "skjærgården" archipelago, where the waves break high. If you look up, you will almost certainly see an eagle sailing high above the ground.
A walk through nature – and history
The Frøya hike follows well marked paths and takes you through the town centre of Frøya, and further to the "steinalderplassen", settlements from the stone age. Here, the guide will take you back to life as it was then, before we walk back via the centre to the pier.