Low forests and hilly landscapes with lots of marsh, rock and water characterize the landscape on idyllic Frøya. The island is relatively flat except from Bremnestua, a 74 metre high mountain that is the highest point. Out here, you can experience the wild, beautiful and unaffected nature that appears beautiful whatever the weather. Strolling along the pier you can witness both otters and mink playing in the water. You may come across other animals when reaching the pier such as crabs in search of new prey, or fish darting off to hide behind a rock. If you gaze across the ocean to the northwest you will see the mighty Fall Garden, where the waves break high. Looking up at the sky, we can almost guarantee that you will see an eagle sailing high above the ground.
A walk through nature – and history
Frøya also offers a number of nicely marked paths and this hike takes you through the town centre of Frøya, and further to the “steinalderplassen” where the local guide will talk about the findings of settlements dating back to the Stone Age. This is the turning point of the excursion where we walk back via the centre and to the pier.