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Mosjoeen Airport

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Mo-Fr 0800-1600
Sa-Su closed
Helgeland Bil & Maskinutleie AS, 8650

Telephone: +47 9820 5595

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Hertz at Mosjoeen Airport

Mosjoeen is a town in the Municipality of Vefsn, situated in west central Norway. Explore the historic Sjøgata with ease by hiring a car from Mosjoeen Airport, which serves the rest of the region with regular domestic flights. Sjøgata is a picturesque place next to the mouth of the river Vefsna, which is home to the most 19th century wooden houses in northern Norway; there are also a number of piers and boathouses. At one end of Sjøgata you will find the well-known Fru Haugans Hotel, famously known as the oldest hotel in Northern Norway.

Rent a car from Mosjoeen Airport and discover Vefsn Museum; while you are here you can learn all about the town's history. The museum is located in Jacobsen Wharf which is within the picturesque Sjøgata. There are a range of permanent exhibitions as well as temporary exhibitions and activities for visitors to enjoy. Explore the traditional farm buildings and see what life was like in the Vefsn region over the past 300 years. Admire Dolstad Church, which is the oldest octagonal cruciform church in the northern region of the country. It was built in 1737 and is dedicated to St Michael.