Ona lighthouse is located on the island of Ona in Ålesund municipality in Møre and Romsdal county ,in Norway.
The 14.7 m high, red-painted cast iron tower stands on a hill in the picturesque small fishing village of Ona.
The beacon is state-owned, the associated buildings are privately owned. The station is a listed building and has also been declared a bird sanctuary.
Today The lighthouse and the island itself have become a fairly well-known tourist spot in the Vestlandet region.
Access : Coordinates: 62.86344, 6.54381 /
- The lighthouse has been classified as cultural heritage , is only in operation from July 16 to May 21. It does not operate during the rest of the year due to the midnight sun.
- Ona is a small archipelago located in the far northeast of the Nordøyane archipelago in the Norwegian Sea, which consists of the two islands Ona and Husøya.