Haram is the northernmost municipality in Sunnmøre, and comprises a large mainland area and four islands known as Nordøyane. The maritime industrial area has got about 8.800 inhabitants, and offers magnificent places with wild oceans and mountains.
Haram is one of Norway's foremost maritime industrial municipalities, and has got about 8.800 inhabitants. The municipality comprises four islands commonly known as Nordøyane- the North Islands, and a large mainland. All the small villages have their own distinct features, with beautiful areas of ocean, mountains and large waters.
In Haram you can study how the waves break against white rocks at the Norwegian coastline, and feel at one with the elements. Many places the Atlantic has made sculptures of potholes and caves, and the area is full of beautiful lighthouses, and ancient monuments, such as burial mounds from the Viking era.
Nordøyane lie one by one like a string of pearls, and are perfect for long bike rides.
Haram has a lot to offer, and some of the other attractions that are worth visiting are Hamsundhellaren cave, Ulla lighthouse and the areas largest mountain, Skjerdingen.