Visit beautiful Brønnøysund

A maritime city in the heart of Norway

Discover the coastal centre point of Norway

Brønnøysund is nationally known as "the costal town in the centre of Norway".

It is the capital of the Brønnøy community and regional centre for the south of Helgeland. The Brønnøy community has approximately 7 500 people living here, and around 5 000 of them live in the centre of Brønnøysund. Brønnøysund is most famous for its mountain "Torghatten", a mountain with a distinct whole through the middle, which visited by many tourists every year.

Brønnøysunds ports

Our main port facilities are in the centre of Brønnøysund

Here you’ll find connections to other local destinations, as well as national destinations via bus and train, plane or The Coastal Voyager. Brønnøysund has many private and public services and most of them are within a short distance.

Traffic port

Brønnøysund has two ports for general traffic: Gårdsøya/Nordhavna and Midthavna. Hurtigruta arrives at Midthavna. See map below.


Length: 100 m
Depth: 25 m
Max.ship size: 300 m
ISPS-terminal: yes
El., water: Yes
Dock storage: 1600 kvm
Fuel: By truck
Distance to airport: 2,5 km
Distance to City Centre: 2 km


Length: 380 m
Depth: 6.2 m
Max.ship size: 150 m
ISPS-terminal: yes
El., water: Yes
Dock storage: 600 kvm
Fuel: By truck
Distance to airport: 0,5 km
Distance to City Centre: 0 km

Brønnøysund guest port

The guest port is located in the centre of Brønnøysund, close to shops and in walking distance to most of what you’ll need. The guest harbour has many visitors during the summer and the port creates an enjoyable atmosphere in the city centre.


Length: 250 m incl. an 85 m long floating pier which also function as a wave damper.

Depth: 6.2 m

Services avaliable to our guests:

  • Showers

  • WC

  • Washing machine and dryer


A port fee can be paid by using the GoMarina App or via the Point of sale-terminal near the blue garbage shed.

A must-visit destination for any cruise traveller

Brønnøysund – a charming coastal town located in the heart of Norway – invites you to explore an ancient geological landscape and a fascinating coastal history.

With its breathtaking natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, Brønnøysund has something to offer for everyone. The small, picturesque town is an excellent starting point for a variety of destinations in the southern part of Northern Norway. Our most iconic symbol, Torghatten, is visited by more than 50 000 guests every year.

Our area has
two UNESCO sites:

  • Trollfjell UNESCO Global Geopark

  • Vegaøyene – The Vega Archipelago


our region

The municipality of Brønnøy and the town Brønnøysund
is the regional centre of Southern Helgeland.

From Brønnøysund, you can visit other regions in our area, such as Bindal, Sømna, Vevelstad and Vega, and enjoy panoramic sightseeing, guided town walks, coffee shops, rock carvings, modern fish farming, unique geology, hikes (in various difficulties), bike rides and kayaking trips. We look forward to welcoming you and hope you have an unforgettable experience here in Brønnøysund.

Planning on travelling to Brønnøysund?

Contact us for more information about what you can do and explore in our beautiful town.