Fv341 is a very scenic road located on the shores of the Barents Sea, in Finnmark county, in the far north-east of Norway.
It’s one of the wildest drives of the country through some of the most scenic places. The road runs through the awe-inspiring arctic landscape is asphalted but pretty narrow: passing another car is nearly impossible. Luckily there are several enlargements along the way.
The area is very wild crossing a bare and barren landscape in a region almost completely destroyed by the ravages of WWII. The drive is 40km long with pleasant ups and downs that wind through the rocks. Most of the landscape is composed of dark grey or even black rocks.
The journey offers an exhilarating driving experience, with superb views. It will be a drive to remember. The drive is very remote with stunning views along the coast. The road runs south-north from Svartnes, a small village located on the mainland of the Varanger Peninsula towards Hamningberg, an abandoned fishing village along the northern coast of the large Varanger Peninsula. Nowadays the village has no permanent residents but attracts visitors from all over the world every year.
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