Havoysund, Norway Overview
Havoysund is the administrative centre of the Måsøy Municipality in Finnmark county, Norway. The village is located on the small island of Havøya, but is connected to the mainland by the Havøysund Bridge. The 0.64-square-kilometre (160-acre) village has a population (2013) of 1,003; which gives the village a population density of 1,567 inhabitants per square kilometre (4,060 /sq mi).
Havoysund is a fishing village which offers a generally wide range of common services. There are fish processing factories, a boat yard, a petrol station, doctors, Havoysund Church, various shops, a sports hall, and museums. Havoysund also has a varied and lovely architecture; all the way along the beach one finds post-war houses, the so-called gjenreisingshus. Up in the valley, there are more houses that were built in later decades after the war.
Detailed Map of Havoysund, Norway
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23.04.2013. Windy day.
Havoysund, Northern Norway
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Bladefence Vito 4x4 going to Havøysund Norway.
NORWAY 95 - 87 To Havøysund
NORWAY 95 - 87 To Havøysund
From Lakselv to Havøysund
Norway. Road number E-6 and 889 from Lakselv to Havøysund in the winter. Three days before my trip, road 889 was closed for 48 hours because there was a big snow storm.
Time Lapse, From Havøysund to Skarsvåg
August 2012, Road trip in Norway. The pictures were taken every 5 seconds with a GoPro Hero HD. The movie rendering has been done with Adobe Lightroom 4.
Avgang fra Havøysund
Avgang fra Havøysund i Finnmark med MS Midnatsol, 2. mai 2013, kl 9.50. Departure from Havøysund in Finnmark (Norway) with the Hurtigruten ship MS Midnatsol, May 2, 2013, 9.50 a.m.
SAIL- TRUCKING IN NORTH NORWAY
truck driving montage- Hammerfest-Havøysund
Havoysund, what a view!
Vanaf arctic view point naar beneden en uitzicht op Havoysund. Alternatief voor de Noordkaap, mooier, minder toeristisch en gratis, echter wel gedeeltelijk onverhard. Down from arctic view point to Havoysund, Norway. Alternative for North Cape, more beautiful, less touristic and for free! But part of the road is a dirt track.
Finland & Norway 08/2011
FINLAND & NORWAY 08/2011 - 4800 km. Helsinki to Havoysund and back.