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Offersøy is located in the scenic Lødingen Vestbygd, the "south end" of Norway's largest island - Hinnøya.
We have 12 cabins (fishing huts) which is situated in the waterfront, overlooking the marina. Each cabin is conveniently furnished, with kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom on the first floor. The second floor will find a 2 double rooms.
Rent a a fully equipped house with a jacuzzi in beautiful Tromvik, about 45 min drive from the city of Tromsø.
Ferry or speedboat from Tjøtta or Forvik. At the outer edge of the 22 km long fjord, that's where you'll find Visthus Rorbucamping.
Fisherman's cabins at Nes in Vega. Stay overnight in a small traditional fishing village with a view towards the sea, the islands and the sunset.
Elfis Sjøstuer (seahouses) is located by the sea and is a small and cosy place to stay to explore the island of Herøy.
Hotel Viking is just the right choice if you are looking for budget accommodation.
All rooms have a private bathroom. The Reception and the restaurant are in the main hotel, Andrikken Hotel, just 300 yards away.
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Nyksund Courses & Retreat Center is located at Nyksund Island, a stone's throw from Nyksund harbour, with the ocean as its nearest neighbour.
Stave Camping offers 9 apartments in both budget and beach catagories.
BØ I VESTERÅLEN
Farthest out on the south end of Skagen in Bø, at the beautiful islands of Vesteraalen, you are warmly welcome to visit Skagakaia Guesthouse & The Old Post House Cafe. Here, the grand daughter of the old shipping agent is now taking well care of both the history and her guests.
In the shipping agent’s building there are 7 charming rooms with a total of 13 beds, new bathrooms and a shared living room with a small kitchenette. Here you stay right on the quayside, with rippling waves beneath the time-honoured floorboards and a hundred years of history in the walls. In the stately Old Post House you can enjoy local, home-made food and a good, organic wine in beautiful surroundings. For a sweet dessert or afternoon tea, try the delicious cakes from grandma’s recipe book.
At Skagakaia there is excellent scope for excursions both in the mountains and out at sea. We have bicycles and nostalgic wooden rowing boats for hire. On request we organize guided trips, suitable for all ages.