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Ballstad

Hattvika Lodge

Hattvika Lodge offers rental of newly build Nordlandhouse and co-building and is located in a tranquil setting surrounded by cabins (rorbuer), overlooking the sea and the boats going out and coming back from the fabled Lofoten fishery.

Bøstad

Row the Viking Ship at Lofotr Viking Museum!

A rowing trip with the ship is a unique experience, where you have to learn how to keep the time to get forward. Maybe the chieftain himself stands by the rudder...?
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STAMSUND

Skjærbrygga Rorbuer

Skjærbrygga is situated in Stamsund. Each rorbu has 3-4 bedrooms, a living room with kitchenette and a bathroom with shower. Made beds, towels and cleaning by departure are included in the price.

Vestvågøy

Lofoten and Northern Lights by Discover the World

On this wonderful self-drive trip see the peaked mountains and tranquil fjords of northern Norway as they form a stunning backdrop to an already perfect setting of isles, inlets and quaint fishing villages. The Arctic light here is forever changing from burning red at dusk and dawn to the beautiful blue of polar night. And once skies are dark, the northern lights have a chance to take over.
Nov to Apr 6 nights. From £1,210 per person.

GRAVDAL

Nordnes Estate

Accommodation - apartments and rooms. Nordnes estate is a traditional fishermans farm, idyllicly situated by the Buksnes fjord in the middle of Lofoten.

Leknes

Vestvågøy Museum avd. Skaftnes

By visiting Skaftnes you will gaint an understanding of how a family could make a living out of fish and farming in the 19th century.

Ballstad

Sjøstrand Rorbuer & Fish

The camp is owned and run by a genuine fisherman´s family.

LEKNES

Restaurant Bevares

Contact Best Western Lofoten Hotell for more information about Restaurant Bevares

BØSTAD

Viking feast under the nothern light

When the long, dark winter set in, the Vikings had to make sure that daylight would come back and the sun would shine again. A winter sacrifice is necessary.
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