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Svolvær Sjøhuscamp

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  • Self-catering

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Svolvær Sjøhuscamp is centrally situated in Svolvær harbour and overlooks the harbour itself, which is encircled by a quayside promenade, fishermen?s cabins (rorbu) and fish landing stations, all of which are set in magnificent scenic surroundings. The view also includes the famous Svolværgeita peak, where you can often see mountaineers jumping between the horns of the ?Svolvær goat.?

We offer reasonable overnight accommodation in pleasant double rooms with a TV and kitchenette, more basic yet cosy double rooms, or 4 berth rooms with a shared kitchen and lounge.

We also rent out a cosy, high standard apartment situated on the first floor of the quayside building, furnished with a kitchen, Jacuzzi, sleeping accommodation for 6 people and a spacious balcony with a wonderful view.

On the sunny quayside quayside just outside the accommodations, you can have your breakfast, dinner and evening meal, or you can simply enjoy life in Svolvær harbour and sunbathe if the Clerk of the Weather permits it.

We rent out bicycles and can help you hire a boat. If you choose to cycle, you are only a short distance away from all that the city has to offer, or the open countryside of Svolværmarka and the bathing spots in both freshwater and sea. When hiring a boat, the fishing grounds off Svolvær are only a short distance away, too. We also offer fishing trips and rubber dinghy safaris with historical guiding in the area around Svolvær.

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Facility overview

  • Self-catering
  • Season

    • all year round
  • Disabled persons

    • suitable for allergy sufferers
  • Museums, Galleries and crafts

    • gallery
  • Activities

    • fishing possibilities
    • mountain hiking
    • sea fishing
    • hiking
    • rafting
    • whale safari
  • Harbour facility

    • guest harbour
  • Kitchen and household

    • self-catering

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Svolvær Sjøhuscamp is centrally situated in Svolvær harbour and overlooks the harbour itself, which is encircled by a quayside promenade, fishermen?s...

Svolvær Sjøhuscamp

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