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KABELVÅG

Winter Seakayak trips in Lofoten

Lofoten Kajakk offers seakayaktrips with guide all year through. Courses approved by BCU and NPF.

RAMBERG

Restaurant Karoline

Visit Nusfjord fishing hamlet. Experience the sense of history. Feel, see and experience the everyday life of the fishermen and village owner. The Storbrygga, the former dried fish store in Nusfjord, is now the site of Karoline Restaurant. The restaurant is one of Lofoten’s largest and most sought-after restaurants during the summer months.

KABELVÅG

Restaurant Lorchstua

Restaurant Lorchstua and Nyvågar Rorbuhotell is right in the middle of that special, quiet moment that you always long for.

REINE

Restaurant Gammelbua

Our restaurant and bar, 'Gammelbua', was once the old general store in Reine. We serve fresh fish caught right on our doorstep, together with a number of other dishes based on local ingredients.

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.

SVOLVÆR

Restaurant Kjøkkenet

Exquisite food with local flavours in an nostalgic and romantic atmosphere.

LEKNES

Restaurant Marmælen, Mortsund

Restaurant Marmælen is fully licensed . Speciality: Local fish-dishes. Meeting facilities up to 50 persons. The restaurant is situated in the fishing village Mortsund, in the centre of the Lofoten islands. Welcome!

HENNINGSVÆR

Fiskekrogen Henningsvær

Fiskekrogen was establish 1989

Vågan

Biking in Lofoten Island

The route from Svolvær to Å runs through picturesque fishing hamlets and towns, such as Henningsvær (the so-called 'Lofoten's Venice'), Nusfjord, Reine...
Price 2015 from NOK 11500,- per person in double room.

Leknes

Vestvågøy Museum avd. Skaftnes

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.
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