Silda is a small scenic island located just east of Måløy. This car-free island is a paradise for those who want to enjoy the nature. In the past, many permanent residents lived here, but today there are mostly holiday homes and cottages on the island. Beautifully situated on the southern side of the island you will find Skjærbuda, previously used as salting works for herring. Skjærbuda has retained its historical character and occasionally serves as a social meeting point and restaurant.
|Itinerary||2 hours total|
|0 min||Departure from pier|
|20 min||Arrival at Silda Island|
|1 h||Guided scenic walk on the island|
|20 min||Photo stop|
|20 min||Return to pier|
|Capacity||Maximum 45 per group|
Participants should be prepared for changes in weather and temperature, and should bring appropriate gear, such as sturdy footwear and waterproof clothing. Travelling by boat and the guided tour on foot can limit the accessibility for people with disabilities and wheelchair users. Please note: Limited amount of guides with other languages than english. If a guide is not availible in your language, this tour will be in English.