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Brønnøysund

Lokalmatbutikken AS

The local-food store is like an attraction, when it comes to local food. This is one of few stores in Norway with so good selection of local food. It is absolutely worth a visit.

Sandnessjøen

The Petter Dass Museum

The Petter Dass Museum at Alstahaug is The County of Nordland´s millennium site. The museum is dedicated to the heritage of the priest and poet Petter Dass.

Henningsvær

Restaurant The Blue Fish

Enjoy a truly great meal based on fresh ingredients from the sea, while you enjoy the unique view of this ancient harbour in Henningsvær.

Kabelvåg

Trollfjord Cruise

MF Gamle Lofotferga, our charming veteran ferry from 1956 has been awarded the Olav’s Rose seal of quality by Norwegian Heritage. Sightseeing cruises to Trollfjord is one of our specialities.

Ramberg

Restaurant Ramberg Gjestegård

Ramberg Gjestegård AS On the outer side of the Lofoten archipelago, with a gorgeous view of the great ocean and a kilometer-long sandy beach, the rest...

Svolvær

Børsen Spiseri

Børsen spiseri is located in Svolvær in Lofoten and is decorated in an old warehouse from 1828. There is great emphasis on preserving the original fee...
Price for 3 courses: Under 400

Reine

Gammelbua

At Gammelbua we serve fresh fish caught right on our doorstep, together with a number of other dishes based on local ingredients.
Price for 4 courses: NOK 400-600,-

Vega

Vega Havhotell

The food served at Vega Havhotell is inspired by Vega, and of the Mediterranean. Use of local ingredients are an essential part, in which herbs and flo...
Price for 2 courses: 200-400 NOK

Henningsvær

Lofotmat

Every day we serve lunch. The menu is what we have available. Fish soup, bacalao, mussels, halibut and more, and the shelves are full of goodies. Our...
Price 3 courses: NOK 250,-

Bøstad

Lofotr Viking Museum

An impressive reconstruction of the largest house that has been found dating back to the Viking Age.
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