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RAMBERG

Restaurant Karoline

Visit Nusfjord fishing hamlet. Experience the sense of history. Feel, see and experience the everyday life of the fishermen and village owner. The Storbrygga, the former dried fish store in Nusfjord, is now the site of Karoline Restaurant. The restaurant is one of Lofoten’s largest and most sought-after restaurants during the summer months.

KABELVÅG

Restaurant Lorchstua

Restaurant Lorchstua and Nyvågar Rorbuhotell is right in the middle of that special, quiet moment that you always long for.

Gimsøysand

Northern Lights Lavvo Camp

Lavvo camp is beautifully located on an open plain near the sea, next to a beautiful sandy beach, the northern lights and midnight sun.

Gimsøysand

Lofoten Golf Links

A golf course beautifully located by the ocean, facing the north and the midnight sun.

Kabelvåg

Tyskhella Rorbuferie

Tyskhella Rorbuferie is situated in the centre of Kabelvåg, overlooking the Vestfjord and Kabelvåg.

Gimsøysand

Horseback riding at Hov in Lofoten

Hov Horsefarm offer horseback trips year round in Lofoten, summer and winter. Guided beach riding for children and adults Sundays in June, July and August 2013, meet up at Hov Horsefarm at 13 a.m.

Leknes

Vestvågøy Museum avd. Fygle

A "rorbu" cabin from 1834 providing an insight into the everyday life of the fisherman.

Reine

Eliassen Hostel

Welcome to Eliassen Rorbuer & Guesthouse - a holiday resort with fishermen’s cabins & hostel rooms, enjoying the longest tradition in the tourist industry in Lofoten. We offer accommodation in the most beautiful western part of the Lofoten Islands.

Henningsvær

Henningsvær bryggehotel

We at Brygge hotel places great emphasis on the food we serve. Based on the best possible use of fantastic good local ingredients, we pride ourselves...
3 cours menu: 495,-

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.
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