Fv183 is a very scenic journey located on the Sværholt Peninsula, 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 runs along the western shore of the Porsangerfjorden, Norway's fourth-longest fjord. The drive is very remote with stunning views along the coast.
The road is asphalted, with some parts in pretty bad conditions. It’s 75.3 km and links the villages of Børselv -at the outlet of the river Børselva- and Veidnes. The area is very wild.The journey offers an exhilarating driving experience, with superb views. It will be a drive to remember.
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