Vega consists of countless islands, islets and reefs. Vega has become a very attractive destination for both short- and longtravelled tourists. Here you can climb, walk, cycle, fish and do many other things. Or do nothing – just enjoy.

Some practical information

How to travel to Vega

There are daily flights from Oslo to Brønnøysund, also from other airports

If you come from the south there is a ferry to Vega from Horn (16 kilometers from Brønnøysund). Ferry routes can be found on Torghatten Trafikkselskap’s website:

If you come from the north, the ferry leaves from Tjøtta. Timetables can be found here:

There are Tourist speedboats to Vega from the Brønnøysund hurtigbåtkai. Routes on

In addition, there are tourist speedboats from Sandnessjøen in the summer (June, July, August). It is operated by Boreal, more information here:

Rental cars can be rented at the rental companies at the airport or Rent-A-Wreck at Ivar & Trygve right outside of Brønnøysund.

Restaurants on Vega

There are several different dining options on Vega. Here are some examples:

  • Nes Summer Café
  • Kroa
  • Spar
  • World Heritage Center
  • Vega Havhotell

More information about food and eating experiences at Visit Vega’s website,

Stay at Vega

There are many different possibilities for accommodation on Vega, both hotels, fishing huts, camping etc. More information can also be found on Visit Vega’s website,

Also, much other information about Vega, both about experiences, what to do and the World Heritage site can be checked out on!