Cruising to Rørvik, Norway


Rørvik tourist attractions.

Rørvik, NorwayRørvik is a port of call of the Hurtigruten coastal steamer, and the northbound and southbound ships meet in Rørvik in the evening. Rørvik, surrounded by thousands of islands is a port village in the northwestern part of Nord-Trøndelag county in central Norway. The village also serves as the administrative centre of the municipality. It is on the eastern side of the Vikna archipelago on the island of Inner-Vikna at the western shore of the Nærøysundet strait, facing the mainland on the eastern shore of the strait. The climate is maritime, and many private gardens have plum and apple trees even here at a latitude of 65°N. Vikna is the place for wildlife enthusiasts as well as deep-sea fishing, diving, canoeing or kayaking.

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