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Lofoten Golf Links

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


Solsiden Brygge

In Ballstads most sunrich place you find Solsiden Brygge. Ballstad is known for it beautiful nature and its good fishing.


Fly & Bike in Lofoten!

If you are heading for Northern Norway this summer with Widerøe, you can rent your bike from the airports Svolvær, Leknes and even Røst!


Guided kayak tour with Lofoten Adventure Company (3 hrs)

Experience the beauty of Lofoten by kayak. We give you magical moments in safety surroundings. No pre skills necessary.


Viking feast under the nothern light

When the long, dark winter set in, the Vikings had to make sure that daylight would come back and the sun would shine again. A winter sacrifice is necessary.


Trollfjord daycruise - Lunch - Eagles - Fishing

Join M/S Ylajali on an exotic daycruise to the famous Trollfjord. On board you will be served a lovely fish soup by our very own chef Mr. Pinto, while you enjoy the stunning view of the Lofoten archipelago. After lunch we raise the sails if the wind is on our side, or we try out the famous cod fishing on our way home to Svolvær. It will be an adventures day out at sea, witch will give you the real Lofoten experience. Welcome on board!


Learn to Stand Up Paddle in magic Lofoten (2 hrs)

SUP or Stand Up Paddle is a low key activety for everybody. We guarante the sense of empowerment for all ages. Lofoten and Ramberg beach is the perfect spot for learning SUP this summer.


Lofoten Hostel Kabelvåg

Lofoten Vandrerhjem Kabelvåg is a popular school for young adults during the winter, and in the summer we offer double or single occupancy rooms.


Row the Viking Ship at Lofotr Viking Museum!

A rowing trip with the ship is a unique experience, where you have to learn how to keep the time to get forward. Maybe the chieftain himself stands by the rudder...?
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