Gravel freecamp site, withdrawn from the road at Aunvatnet. Picnic tables and garbage disposal.
The site are located at the island of Føya, which lies north of the island of Hitra, as well several thousand other small islands surrounding the island of Frøya. The main island of Frøya is connected to the neighboring island of Hitra (and ultimately the mainland of Norway) by the Frøya Tunnel.
In Norse mythology, Freyja (Frøya) is a goddess associated with war, death, love, sex, beauty, fertility, gold, and sorcery. Freyja is the owner of the necklace Brislingamen, rides a chariot pulled by two cats, is accompanied by the boar Hildisvini, and possesses a cloak of falcon feathers.
The island of Frøya offers great fishing opportunities – whether you like deep sea fishing or inland fishing. Rent a boat and fishing gear and join local fishing guides out on the open sea who know where the big fish bite.
With its wide range of local food manufacturers and high-quality restaurants, Trøndelag can rightfully be called a culinary region. If you want to please your tastebuds, we suggest you visit some of the various shops selling local produce from farmers and small-scale producers.
There are several other opportunities to stay overnight in the area, check out freecamp at 63.6938, 8.5885 and also the gravel site at a small harbor at 63.7246, 8.6182