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Hornøya – Vardø light house
Norway’s easternmost protected wildlife reserve for seabirds, nesting area for 73,000-88,000 pairs. Reference area for...
The church was built around 1240. The aisle was added in 1784, and the Renaissance pulpit dates back to 1650. One of the real treasures of the church...
Fru Haugans Hotel is widely known for its superb cooking. Both traditional Norwegian food as well as European dishes is included in the menu. Do not...
Restaurant Smak is run by Espen and Eva-Linda Ramnestedt, and is situated in Bodø city centre. Espen and Eva-Linda are both trained chefs, but today...
Kjerringøy Gård Farm runs ecological operations and refines some of its produce at “Markens Grøde”. At this small café and sales outlet you can also...
Mo i Rana
For the adventurous traveller, we recommend the two-hour
guided tour of the Setergrotta Cave north of Mo i Rana. You
can experience large Giant’s...
Sorrisniva`s restaurant has a unique and warm atmosphere. The use of local slate, rocks from the river and wood result in a rough, but pleasant look....
Modern church from 1958, built in traditional style. Call for information about opening hours....
Chase for the Northern Lights with the professional guide Kjetil Skogli from BBC1’s “Joanna Lumley; In The Land of the Northern Lights”.
In Bodømarka you can enjoy the simplicity of open-air life in untouched, tranquil natural scenery. You can walk or run the close to 35 km of flood-lit...
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