Senja, Norway’s second biggest island has a split personality; gentle, green and welcoming on the landward side, and raw, brutal and furiously stormy on the oceanside. Senja Island is like a micro-kontinent, with a mountainous spine, a friendly southern coast, light birch forests, farmland and a wild, stormy and precipitous ocean side. Go to the ocean side for a bit of drama, and head east for relaxation.

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