Steffågarden in Ona island

Ona is a small island in the middle of the sea. The journey to get there takes you across 10 islets and by two ferries. It is a beautiful island and a special experience. The most famous attraction is the lighthouse, built in 1865. There are also two potteries, a summer café, a chapel and a long, white sandy beach. The Steffågarden museum is the former home of a 'beach sitter'. This was someone who rented a small piece of land, built his own house on it, and mostly lived off the sea. The house was built in 1793 and gives an impression of how people used to live. The trip to it takes a good 2.5 hours. You can also combine this trip with a visit to Aukra and/or the Ergan coastal fort in Bud. For more information see www.romsdalsmuseet.no .

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