Senja is Norway's second biggest island covering an area of 1590 km2. The island is a capricious lady fascinating travelers and her own habitants with new surprises behind every bend, peak and farmland. The four municipalities of Senja; Berg, Torsken, Lenvik and Tranøy, have a population of about 15,000. There are many different villages on the island of Senja, and below are pictures of some of them.
In the locality there are a relatively good hunting ground, especially for grouse. The angler will like it in one of the small fishing villages where fishing is a way of life.
Some of the villages on Senja: Botnhamn, Husøy, Fjordgård, Mefjordvær, Senjahopen, Ersfjord, Steinfjord, Skaland, Bøvær, Hamn i Senja, Gryllefjord, Torsken, Grunnfarnes, Kaldfarnes, Medby, Sifjord, Flakstadvåg, Rødsand, Skrolsvik, Hofsøy, Stagnes, Stonglandseidet, Tranøbotn, Tranøya, Skatvik, Vangsvik, Vesterfjell, Silsand, Gibostad, Lysnes, Vang.
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