Family holiday at Vik in Flatanger

Our farm is situated in a quiet and non-stress environment surroundings with many possibilities for different activities in an attractive landscape.
It is a nice and easy hiking  terrain for both adults and children.
Our mountains are easy to climb and there you enjoy the silence and the pristine, fresh and clean air; To look out over the archipelago and the ocean beyond.
There are several possibilities for nature walks, both marked and unmarked trails, both an foot, by bike or by car.
Hanshelleren, known among climbers as one of the world`s hardest climbing walls, is just a short drive away. On Strøm, where Hanshelleren is located, there are possibilities for buldring and climbing on natural fuce in over 150 different routes.
On Utvorda you will find the ”Fortress Utvorda”. This fort was built in the second world war. You may reach the fort by car. It is possible to walk around in the area to watch the biggest coastal fort in Europe.
On the trip out in nature here, you will often see Moose, deer, fox, squirrels, raven,  enur etc.
With our boats it is great opportunity to experience our beatiful archipelago that is full of fjords, coves, islands and islets.
Experience the beautiful archipelago, or just relax, watching a red sunset or one of the many islands in the area. Here you can find memorable moods on dark autumn evenings, or perhaps spot some of the numerous eagles that nest here. This Seaeagle is Norway`s largest eagle with its 7 kilos. You can also see Tern, Splash, Heron, Blackberry, Hot Melt etc.
The outermost island towards Folla is Villa. Villa is the site of the first lighthouse built north of the Trondheim Fjord in 1838, and is the oldest coal-fired lighthouse in Norway.
One can also land on Halmøya and walk up to the Håkkahelleren, which is an old Stone Age site from the time when the sea was high.

Please contact us if you would like to know more or would like to order.