About Bolga Brygge

Bolga is an island on the Helgeland Coast, situated outermost in the municipality of Meløy in Nordland County. Here you will find Bolga Brygge, a bright spot in the sea.
Bolga Brygge aims to be a provider of high quality experiences in our region. We tailor your experience, regardless of whether you are travelling individually, as part of a group or with your company. Our goal is to give our guests experiences that fulfill their high expectations of our staff, services and facilities.

Helén Lindqvist

+47 971 77 608

8158 Bolga

About Bolga

According to Statistics Norway, Bolga’s population was 104 inhabitants on 1 January 2012. Bolga’s residents primarily make a living from aquaculture. Related activities include salmon farming, commercial fishing and fishery services. The island also has a combined primary/secondary school with daycare center, grocery shop with postal services and a mechanical workshop.

Bolga’s terrain and geographic positioning, with close access to fishing grounds, are contributing factors for Bolga having been populated going far back in time. There have even been finds made from the Viking Age here on the island.

To the south, north and west of Bolga, one finds an expansive archipelago that was previously inhabited. The archipelago surrounding Bolga consists of distinct areas, which have been given names such as Bolgværet, Snyen and Flatvær. In total, there are more than 300 smaller islands, islets and skerries.

There is daily boat service to and from Bolga, including stops by the north/southbound express boat servicing certain ports between Bodø and Sandnessjøen. There are also daily connections between Bolga and the municipal center at Ørnes via both auto-ferry and local express boat (passenger only).