Atlantic Road
Atlantic Road
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Ge S
Virginia Beach, VA119 contributions
Aug 2020
Splendid spectacular views on this stretch of road lying between Molde and Kristiansund. It stretched over small islands, sounds a bit up and down, swinging - just extremely unique road and beautifuyl. Both the Atlantic Ocean and the land around appear spelendid. Wonderful points to park and enjoy as well as take a break, some food? fishing? Unique
Written September 29, 2020
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Elin
Oslo18 contributions
Apr 2022 • Family
Driving through on the ocean surface like this, over Storsteinbrua, the bridge that looks like it ends on top going into the sky, was a nice experience. We stopped at Eldhusøya and walked the obligatory stroll on Svevestien that is a soaring path of 550 meters around the island. I guess this experience can be more challenging when the weather forecast is different than that lovely sun that followed us on our trip.
Written April 18, 2022
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SophieAndCallum
Buxted, UK164 contributions
Jun 2022 • Couples
A very cool coastal road in Norway. But also one of the busiest roads that we drove in Norway. It is obviously a tourist attraction, and had gained traction since its appearance in James Bond, however it was much much busier than any other part of Norway that we visited (all up the west coast from Stavanger to Trondheim). It is still very much worth a visit if you are in the area though!

We had a relatively calm day weather wise and took the opportunity to fly the drone. It really is spectacular from above!
Written June 18, 2022
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Carryon.bike
Sandefjord, Norway8 contributions
Aug 2019
The Atlantic Road by bike and experience the amazing views and the landscape of road in the ocean 🌊🚲🇳🇴-Fun without fuel. It is a paradise for cyclists who are looking for active experiences in beautiful surroundings.

The Atlantic Road has been voted Norway’s best cycle route several times by various worldwide associations. The 80 km stretch of road between Kristiansund and Bud is a highlight for cyclists, twisting along a string of islands connected by seven bridges.
Check the weather before your trip and bring extra clothing to be prepared for changes in the weather.
Wear multiple layers of clothes in order to adjust to temperature and movement.
The trip is best suited for adults as there is heavy traffic along the Atlantic Road.
Written July 19, 2020
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A396CR
Beldenville111 contributions
Sep 2022
Beautiful scenery and is a blast to drive. The road is much, much shorter then we had hoped it to be. Even stopping along way for photo opportunites it doesn't take more than 30-45 minutes.
Written September 25, 2022
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Christian B
Oslo, Norway112 contributions
Aug 2020
This attraction is not located near any famous locations or cities so a visit often requires a hefty detour. Keeping in mind that the attraction is rather underwhelming a visit is only recommended to people in the very neighborhood.

I will definitely not be going back.
Written August 19, 2020
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Magnar Mo
Oslo, Norway688 contributions
May 2021 • Couples
After visiting Molde we drove to Bud, the southernmost point of this road. Great views and an old WW2 fortress. The first oart of the rosd winds through a beautiful landscape with great lookout points. The last part is spectacular as it finds its way along the oceanfront with some great bridges.
Written June 19, 2021
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Anastasiia0512
Oslo, Norway217 contributions
Jul 2017 • Couples
By coming here with a car, unfortunately it will be hard to see and to appreciate the awesomeness of this road. What an amazing place we had visited we found out late by checking drone's pictures. Right after the most photographed bridge there will be a big parking lot (free of charge) with a nice, well-arranged walking path along the shore with a view over the bridge. Worth a visit!
Written October 1, 2017
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123cruiser
Copenhagen Region, Denmark2 contributions
Jul 2014 • Couples
We actually went out of our way on a Norway trip to drive the Atlantic Road. We were inspired because this road is advertized almost like it is one of the seven wonders of the world. In some vote it is supposed to have been chosen as the second most beautiful drive in Norway. But what a huge disappointment it was!
I'm sorry, but all of this hype about the attractiveness of this road must have been invented and blown out of proportions by local tourism agencies.
When you see what road building engineers are accomplishing all over Norway, this approximately 6 kilometer stretch of road West of Kårvåg across some low islands with a few bridges in between, did not exactly blow us away. The drive is pretty. The walking path around one of the islands is nicely designed. There is an interesting photo angle of the tallest bridge, which you will have seen already in all the advertizing. But this is nothing compared to what you can experience by driving on countless other roads in Norway.
To make it appear more impressive, the Atlantic Road is often advertised as being the entire 35-kilometer stretch between Kårvåg and Bud. This however does not make it any more interesting.
Our advice: This is highly overrated. Don't waste time on the Atlantic Road road unless you just happen to be nearby anyway.
Written July 14, 2014
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Joydeep S
Oslo, Oslo, Norway48 contributions
Mar 2016 • Family
The Atlantic Ocean Road or the Atlantic Road is an 8.3-kilometer long section of County Road 64 that runs through an archipelago in Eide and Averøy in Møre og Romsdal, Norway.
We took a day bus trip along the Atlantic road with my family during Easter Holiday. It was simply amazing. The views of the ocean, with snow-capped mountains as a backdrop was incredible. The views are stunning, the bridges are wonderful and the twists and turns of the road make for a great ride. Molde is one hour flight from Oslo. We had booked the trip from Eide Auto AS and enjoyed the fantastic scenery to and around the famous Atlantic Road. This masterpiece of engineering which takes us over twelve lower bridges and many small islands to the open sea. We had visited Håholmen Havstuer, a small restored fisherman village. Eide Auto AS is a regional bus. We purchased a one-day return ticket, and decided when we wanted to depart and how long we wanted to stay. Reservation is not necessary.
Written April 12, 2016
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