The island Hitra is the seventh largest (excluding Svalbard) and the largest south of the Lofoten Islands. Øyas land areas is 571.5 km ², while the the council area is 680 km ². The highest point is Mørkdalstuva, 345 metres above sea level. and is located on the west side of the island. Topographi, vegetation and animal life is varied. Along the coast towards the south, west and north is the nature marked by rough coastal climate with the naked heather moors. In the interior of the island can be found pine forests, mountain terrain and large flats of swamp with rich bird life. The Havmyran nature was protected as a nature reserve in 1982 and covers the well 40 km ² untouched landscape in the interior of the island. www.hitra.kommune.no
Frøya - The islands against the big ocean!
The landscape on Frøya is characterized by low forest, hilly landscape with a lot of swamp, mountain and water. It is planted significant amounts of wood several places. Frøya is relatively flat, with Bremnestua 74 metres above sea level as one of the highest points. Frøya council is enormous in extent, if one expects the vast sea areas within the councilborder If one considers only the countries that are on the island of Frøya 147 km ², while the municipality make up the 244 km ². http://www.froya.kommune.no
Velkomsthilsen - Hitra
Ordfører Ole L. Haugen ønsker deg velkommen til Hitra.
...oppleve den totale stillhet, du kan finne ro i sjel og sinn. Du opplever en raus og gjestmild natur, men kan også få oppleve voldsomme naturkrefter gjennom skiftende vær og vind.