THE NATIONAL TOURIST ROUTE - ANDØY
The road network on the west side of Andøya received National Tourist Route status on 30th June 2012. It stretches from the crossroads at Åknes to the quayside and ferry docking point at Andenes and is 51km long. The Andøya - Senja ferry connection is an alternative to the E6 trunk road and the Coastal Express (Hurtigruten) when travelling to and from the north.
Travel to Vesterålen
Ferry and Expressboat
2014-10-13 19:40After many years of depending solely on ferries and expressboats to bring both people and cargo out to the islands in Vesterålen, the archiepelago was finally connected together by bridges during the 1970s. Despite being fully connected to the mainland by roads and bridges there are still plenty of
2014-10-15 23:40Whether you are cycling the region from north to south and need a break from the bicycle seat or you just like to watch amazing landscapes pass by without having to worry about traffic, bus is a good way to travel to the Vesterålen Islands. On this page you can find information about bus services
Flying to Vesterålen
2014-10-13 18:36Many of those who chose to spend their holiday in Vesterålen travel here by airplane. When travelling from overseas there is most often a brief stopover at the national airport Oslo Gardemoen (OSL) before a transfer flight brings you to Northern Norway. There area several daily departures from O