Accessible Molde

Do you want to see more of a city called the ‘city of roses and jazz’? Take a look at our tours and maybe you will find something that catches your attention. All our tours in Molde are suitable for wheelchair users, slow walkers, scooter travelers, and able-bodied travelers.

If you want to visit something that is not mentioned in the tours below, contact us with your suggestions.


Islands around the Atlantic Road

Wheelchair accessible scenic tour in and around Bud – Approx. 3 hours

Join us on this tour and discover the fascinating views that the village of Bud and the surrounding places have to offer. Besides the amazing nature, it also has an interesting history hidden behind it.

Kristiansund nature

Wheelchair Accessible Kristiansund, Atlanterhavsveien, and Averøy – Approx. 3 hours

Enjoy a scenic tour by adapted vehicle from Molde to Kristiansund, Atlaterhavsveien, and Averøy. You are treated to gorgeous views during the tour, some of Norway’s famous fjords, and drive over the Atlantic Road/Atlanterhavsveien that leads you through various little fishing villages.

Building next to Aker Stadion

Wheelchair accessible sight viewing tour in Molde – Approx. 2 hours

Join us and discover the beauties of Molde. During this 2-hour tour, you will see a lot of green nature and mesmerizing views. You go from a ground-level panorama city tour to the Varden viewpoint on a mountain hill looking over Molde.

Tours in Molde

Our tours in Molde include visiting well-known sites, admiring nature, and the amazing view. Each tour includes time to enjoy the sights of Norway.

At the beginning of the tour, you will be picked up by your local English-speaking driver-guide. He will bring you to the various sites, with the private adapted vehicle. All you have to do is lean back and relax. Various stops are included to take some pictures. Admire the sites you visit, learn more about the local history, and come back with a mind full of memories.

About Molde

Molde is known for its post-war houses. Unlike other Norwegian cities, you will see many modern architectures while strolling around. That is because the city was heavily hit during World War II.

You will also pass quite a few rose gardens. People have called Molde the ‘City of Roses’ for over 100 years, and this nickname still lives today. Therefore, cruise ships are still welcomed with a bouquet of roses.

Molde has a very touristic viewpoint that looks over the whole city, ocean, mountains, and the Fjord’s islands. It is definitely something you must see when visiting this historical city. It provides a perfect variation between history and views.