Sula is a picturesque typically Norwegian fishing village by the coast of Trøndelag, where the civilisation ends and the Norwegian Sea begins.
Sula’s history goes all the way back to the 1200s. Fishermen from all over Trøndelag and the Møre’s coast moved to this island to join this exciting fishing realm.
The Sula archipelago is not only known for it’s fishing activity, but also for it’s abundance of wild fauna that inhabits the many isles that surrounds us. The breathtaking Atlantic landscape that shapes an idyllic scenario from many fishermen’s folktales, is undoubtedly what makes you want to come back. Therefore, Sula Rorbuer og Havhotell is excited to provide you an unforgettable adventure by the Norwegian Sea, the sea holidays you always dreamed of.
Take a flight to Trondheim’s Værnes Airport from Oslo or other possible airports with connection to Trondheim, and upon arrival, take the public transports to get to the centre of the city. From there, you can either take the boat to Sandstad (with correspondent transports to Sula from the boat terminal) or rent a car from the airport. The hotel can arrange special traveling deals upon request and in advance (we recommend you to write your transport request on the booking scheme in case you book through our official website).
At Trondheim’s boat terminal (Trondheim hurtigbåtterminal) take the boat to Sandstad (Hitra). Once you arrive to Sandstad, you will have right immediately, a correspondent bus (route 420) to Dyrøy (Frøya). The bus will drop you right by the ferry terminal of Dyrøy, where you can take the ferry to Sula. The whole trip from Trondheim to Sula will take approximately 4,5 hours. On the boat from Trondheim to Sandstad, we recommend you to buy a direct ticket to Sula, and the same on the way back to Trondheim.
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If you are driving northwards: Take the E6 or rv3 to Ulsberg, and from there, the E6 to Berkåk. At Berkåk take the left to the national road 700 and drive straight to Svorkmo. Take the national road 65 to Fannrem and the E39 to Orkanger. From Orkanger take the rv740 to Hellesvika, at Frøya. From Hellesvika, take the rv716 to Norddyrøy and further on with the ferry straight to Sula. From Trondheim: Take the E6 to Orkanger. From Orkanger, take the rv714 over Hitra to Hellesvika (Frøya). From Hellesvika take the rv716 to Nordrøy. At last you will come to the ferry terminal (end of the road) where you can take the ferry or boat to Sula (this will depend on your will to take the car all the way to Sula or not).
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