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: http://www.tts.no
If you come from the north, the ferry leaves from Tjøtta. Timetables can be found here: http://tts.no/igeroy-vega-tjotta/category2081.html
There are Tourist speedboats to Vega from the Brønnøysund hurtigbåtkai. Routes on http://www.tts.no
In addition, there are tourist speedboats from Sandnessjøen in the summer (June, July, August). It is operated by Boreal, more information here: https://www.boreal.no/rutetilbud/ferge-og-hurtigbat/nordland/
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
- World Heritage Center
- Vega Havhotell
More information about food and eating experiences at Visit Vega’s website, www.visitvega.no/spise
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, www.visitvega.no/overnatting.
Also, much other information about Vega, both about experiences, what to do and the World Heritage site can be checked out on www.visitvega.no!