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About Kristiansund

A boat harbor in Kristiansund

Norway’s charming coastal town of Kristiansund was built on its fishing industry. The town’s many green parks are a haven for locals, visitors and birdlife, and its Kirkland Church is considered one of Norway’s architecturally daring church buildings. Outside Kristiansund, the Atlantic Ocean Road, one of Norway’s National Tourist Routes, traces the stunning coastline and connects several of the region’s scenic islands where both the Viking culture and the fishing industry once thrived. Other natural treasures include the Bergtatt Marble Caves and Mount Gulltanna.