Beaches, Scenic

Between the towns of Molde and Kristiansund, alongside Norway's infamous Hustadvika channel, lie numerous islands which until quite lately could be reached only by ferryboat. The edifice of the Atlantic Highway, precisely 8,474m/9,268yd long, has been not only a vital improvement in the infrastructure in this maze of skerries but also a great attraction for anglers, diving enthusiasts and visitors who want to get as close as possible to the sea. This new road, one of the most mesmerizing coast roads in the whole of Europe, with eight bridges of varying length, has opened up an ecstasy whose particular charms lie below the surface of the sea.

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