Håholmen is located on an entirely separate island just off the Atlanterhavsveien. The heritage-listed cliff fishing village with buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries has been a meeting place, harbour, home and workplace for fishermen, sailors and shopkeepers for many hundreds of years. Today, Håholmen is a small and intimate hotel, with only 47 rooms spread over small houses on the island, Restaurant Ytterbrygga, tavern, meeting room and museum. Transport over to the island is with Håholmen's boats (route table). The history and location at one of the most exposed stretches of the Norwegian coast make Håholmen unique. The buildings, many of them from the 17th and 18th centuries, largely make up the fishing village as it once was.