Experience the best Norway has to offer in terms of local food and hostmanship! Experience local farm shops, art and nature along the Golden Road – by car or by bike.

The Golden Road – for those who love food, art and tranquility

Along the Golden Road in Inderøy at Innherred you will find food made from local produce; sold both in farm shops and in restaurants. Here you get everything from baked goods and exclusive jams to refined meat products such as ham and sausage. Inderøy Farm Brewery offers no fewer than 10 varieties of beer, and is open for visits on Saturdays (Mon-Fri in July). A drive in the beautiful cultural landscape of Inderøy offers many surprises, and maybe your new favorite taste lurk around the next turn?


You will experience farm food and organic food with long traditions implented by people who are passionate about crafts and traditions when you visit the Golden Route. The cheese from Gangstad, the aquavit from Berg farm, beer from Inderøy Gårdsbryggeri and Inderøysodd from Inderøy Slakteri are just some of the specialties you can enjoy on your trip.

Accommodation along the Golden Road

Sink into soft beds, and fall asleep to the sound of birdsong and the lapping of the waves, braying cows and corn swaying in the wind. Surround yourself with historic furniture or be fascinated by modern art and idyll by the fjord – you choose!

Restaurants along the Golden Road

Here is a selection of eateries along the Golden Road. Click in for more information and opening hours.

Shopping along the Golden Road

Let yourself be charmed by the cosy farm shops, the handmade candles and the craftsmanship required to create beautiful ceramics. Join the artist’s workshop and observe the products’ way from raw material to finished product!


Join us in the Nils Aas Artist Workshop – A gathering place and exhibition in memory of sculptor Nils Aas (1933 – 2004) in his birthplace Straumen in Inderøy. In addition to 5-6 annual exhibitions of Norwegian contemporary art, there is a permanent collection of art by Nils Aas. The Muustrøparken sculpture park is close by with many sculptures by Nils Aas.

At Saga – Centre For Photografy, there are annual art exhibitions with photographers from Norway and abroad, Gallery Mitsel offers glass art, ceramics, hand-dyed yarns and watercolors by Heidi Mitsel Bullen, while medieval churches, Kjerknesvågen quay and the Muustrøparken represent local and national history.


Experience the beautiful cultural landscape from the bike seat or on foot. Rent a bike at the tourist office and cycle from food dish to food dish, experience to experience. Wander along the fjord and feel your resting heart rate come creeping.

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