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Description

The first camping site
of the Lofoten Islands!
Our years of experience contributes in
giving you a great stay in picturesque surroundings

Sandsletta camping is approved and tested by Norwegian Foodprints. The food is made from scratch, with the use of Norwegian, localproducts and displays local knowledge of food and dishes.

Latest comment from our representative

"Welcome to a great experience, a break ..... to a place with soul .."

3 courses menu
kr. 330,-

Categories

  • Local food Local food
  • Cafés & Diners Cafés & Diners

Hours

Mon - Sun
12:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Facilities

  • Classification

    • eco-lighthouse
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Sandsletta camping

The first camping site of the Lofoten Islands! Our years of experience contributes in giving you a great stay in picturesque surroundings...

Sandsletta camping

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