This panoramic cam located on Moldøen Island, Norway, shows you the center of Måløy town. On the left-hand side of the cam, you will see the Måløy Bridge, officially opened in 1974. Måløy is a small town, with 3,000 residents, on the southeastern side of Vågsøy Island. Being connected to the mainland by the Måløy Bridge, it has one of the essential trading harbors in Norway and is one of the main fishing areas in the region. The island of Vågsøy has one of the most modern fish-processing plants in the whole country. The nearest airports are Sandane Airport, Anda (68 km from Måløy town center), and Florø Airport, around 100 km from Måløy. Kannesteinen Rock, Sør-Vågsøy Church, Hornelen Mountain, the lighthouse Kråkenes Fyr and Refviksanden Beach are a few must-see attractions in the area.