Rørvik is located by a busy strait through which all coastal traffic passes, and where the ships that sail the coastal route on the Bergen-Kirkenes stretch meet going north or south.
"Nordvegen" (the North Way) gave Norway its name. The first Norwegians walked towards the north about 10,000 years ago. In Rørvik you will find the Coastal Museum, Norveg, where you can learn about both Norway's seafood history going back thousands of years and contemporary aquaculture.
In the myriad of islands and islets around Rørvik, you will also find an overwhelming number of cages where the salmon swims in cold, clean waters and gets ready to reach the top of their career: dinner around the world.
Sea eagles can often be spotted hovering in the air. Admired, loved—and feared. On these islands, three-year-old Svanhild is said to have been taken by an eagle and transported to the eagle's nest hundreds of metres up the steep side of the mountain.
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