The coastal town of Måløy on the island of Vågsøy is Norway’s most important fishing port, exporting fish products to destinations across the globe.

Remote and peaceful, Måløy is surrounded by lighthouses, has a beautiful silver sand beach and is close to the famous Kannesteinen rock, molded by the sea into a spectacular mushroom-like shape.

The town is also close to famous attractions, such as the Jostedalsbreen National Park, where you’ll find the largest glacier in continental Europe.

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