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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.
Norway's Lofoten Islands, deep inside the Arctic Circle, are without doubt one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world and a photographers dream. During the winter months the Lofoten Islands are also one of the best places to see aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights.
This guided walking holiday explores the spectacular sites of Norway’s Lofoten Islands. Justifiably renowned as the most awe-inspiring scenery in Europe. Experience islands bathed in the transcendent light of the midnight sun. Enjoy our harbour-side hotel in the centre of Svolvaer. Sail the spectacular Trollfjord, a once in a lifetime experience. Combine with our holiday at Stalheim for our magical Jewels of Norway tour.
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per person. Price includes a £100 discount
Go chasing the Northern Lights with an award-winning photographer. He will assist you so that you get back home with beautiful photos. We will make sure that you will benefit of the best weather conditions available for the night.
Explore Lofoten from a different angle together with an award-winning photographer! Learn how to take breathtaking pictures of iconic landmarks in Western Lofoten while sightseeing
The Lofoten War Memorial Museum probably offers Norway´s most extensive collection of uniforms and smaller objects from the second World War. Most likely, this is in fact one of the world´s largest collections of this kind
Lofoten Kajakk offers seakayaktrips with guide all year through. Courses approved by BCU and NPF.
A golf course beautifully located by the ocean, facing the north and the midnight sun.
We at Brygge hotel places great emphasis on the food we serve. Based on the best possible use of
fantastic good local ingredients, we pride ourselves...
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By visiting Skaftnes you will gaint an understanding of how a family could make a living out of fish and farming in the 19th century.