Aloha Cafe, nestled in the heart of Høusøy in Træna, offers a delightful cafe experience with a touch of island charm. With it’s central location it’s just a short walk from the express boat and ferry terminals, the church, tourist information center, grocery store, Træna Accommodation, and House by the Sea.

Aloha Cafe is conveniently and beautifully located in the heart of the island, just a short distance from the express boat and ferry docks, the church, the tourist information center, the grocery store, Træna Overnatting, and House by the Sea. Our menu offers delicious lunch options, including Fish’n Chips, salads, and the Træna-Hawaii burger. And of course, we have some delightful treats like milkshakes, smoothies, coffee, and cakes.

We also provide a variety of gluten-free and lactose-free alternatives.

This popular cafe is where the locals often gather to chat over a cup of coffee, discussing everything from the big events to the small details of everyday life. The name “Aloha” is inspired by the story of “Træna-Hawaii,” which tells the tale of two siblings who lived in Træna and Hawaii over a hundred years ago. It highlights the connection that formed between two island communities on opposite ends of the globe.

Contact

Phone: +47 91812679
aloha.trena@gmail.com
Facebook: alohatraena
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Aloha Træna is open all year round, but the opening hours may vary. Please check their Facebook page, send them a message, or ask locally to confirm the current opening hours.

Aloha Cafe is just a short walk from the express boat and ferry dock in Træna.
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Please:

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