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Many people rank Å as the most beautiful part of Lofoten.

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Å is one of the best kept fishing villages in Norway. All of the old wodden buildings have been listed as historical monuments. The village is situated at the end of the highway E10. Brygga, the former quay and fish landing station, is today a fully licensed a la carte restaurant and bar. Conference facilities and guest rooms. We offer accommodation in over 20 fishermen cabins (rorbu), 11 nice guest rooms, several sea house and hostel rooms.

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Å Rorbuer

Å Rorbuer

Å is one of the best kept fishing villages in Norway. All of the old wodden buildings have been listed as historical monuments. The village is situate...

Å Rorbuer

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