Helgeland has something for every taste, not least when it comes to dining. Our region’s culinary traditions are exciting and varied, and reflect the landscape and culture. You can enjoy world-class seafood, hearty farm fare, and the traditional food of the indigenous Sámi people. And you can eat a great meal around the fire in a lavvo, or savour an innovative 16-course tasting menu in a restaurant – with many dining choices in between.

Dining along the Helgeland coast, in Sandnessjøen and in Brønnøysund

Dining along E6, the towns of Mo i Rana, Mosjøen and along Villmarksveien

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Bolga Brygge – Sleep to the soothing sound of waves

Bolga Brygge offers comfortable accommodation and good dining. Guest can enjoy fishing, kayaking the sheltered waters nearby, and hiking up a mountain that offers an amazing panorama of a large section of Helgeland.

To Elise from Marius – From farm to table

In the village of Utskarpen, between Mo i Rana and Nesna, Elise and Marius established a culinary attraction that is drawing a steady stream of foodies. They offer a dining experience where every dish is made from ingredients fresh from the farm and pasture. They also offer accommodation – charming rooms in a countryside setting.

Summer temptations – To Elise from Marius

This summer, when dining at one of the best restaurants in Northern Norway, you can enjoy your meal at an outdoor table.

Herøy Brygge – Accommodation in Herøy`s island kingdom

Herøy Brygge offers good accommodation in a wharf building situated in the village of Herøysundet on the beautiful island of Herøy. On the floor below your room, the restaurant serves breakfast and dinner, and you are also welcome to enjoy your meal on the pier outside.

Støtt in Meløy – Top of Helgeland

The picturesque old trading post of Støtt offers some of Helgeland’s most beautiful and unique holiday experiences. Many adventures await you here, and you can enjoy charming quarters and great dining in historic buildings steeped in the island’s ancient coastal heritage.

Scandic Meyergården Hotel – Dine and stay in Mo i Rana

Scandic Meyergården Hotel is situated in Mo i Rana’s town centre. Its restaurant features a menu based on locally sourced ingredients. Whether you are with your family, friends or colleagues, this hotel is an ideal place to stay. It’s close to premier hiking destinations such as Rabothytta cabin and Marmorslottet (the Marble Castle).

Korgfjellet Fjellstue Lodge

At the top of Korgfjellet pass, midway between the towns of Mo i Rana and Mosjøen, is Korgfjellet Fjellstue, a lodge that offers hearty meals. Tired travellers will be pleased to find good options for an overnight stay.

Dønna Rorbuer Bøteriet – A charming restaurant and accommodation

Dønna Rorbuer Bøteriet, situated on the quay in beautiful surroundings on the island of Dønna, offers good dining in charming surroundings, accommodation and guided boat trips.

Tjøtta Gjestegård – Accommodation and dining in historical surroundings

At Tjøtta Gjestegård, you are invited to good dining and an overnight stay in historic surroundings. The old inn is conveniently situated near the ferry quay, and the ferry can take you to assorted attractions such as the Vega archipelago, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the coffee roaster Forvik Kaffebrenneri, and the famous petroglyph of a pre-historic skier at Tro.

Torghatten Strandrestaurant – A dining close to the ingredients

Torghatten Strandrestaurant is magnificently situated at the foot of the legendary mountain Torghatten, 15 km from the Brønnøysund town centre. Time and again travellers are delighted to discover this beautiful seaside restaurant and its terrific fjord view.

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