When you are at Molja (see post from Thursday) looking west you will see a large mountain-island: Godøy.
Far west on the island you can visit another lighthouse from 1876 at Alnes.The lighthouse is in operation and is accessible for tourists. It also houses an art gallery and a small historical museum.
Alnes is a small village in the municipality of Giske, Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. In 2006 its population was 205, but as the population dropped below 200 the next year, Alnes on Godøy is no longer counted as an urban settlement and its data no longer registered.
You can arrive Godøy and Alnes from Ålesund free of charge through 3 subsea tunnels (total length: 11492 meters) plus a bridge of 552 meters. When my girls was much younger I took them out there from Oslo (560 km away) in a heavy stormy weather, for the purpose to see the large waves and let them understand part of why I am as I am. Our ancestors on my mother mother side can be followed back to Torberg Arneson Giske (990 - 1050) and further back to Finnvid from Ønundarfjord, Iceland (850 -)
My winter-night moonshine painting is from 2007.