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Bus from Kirkenes to Svanvik, around 40 kilometres guided trip. Here will we meet the river of Pasvik witch is the borderline between Norway and Russia.
The hotel has a beautiful view of the Alta Fjord.
The hotel’s restaurant serves an à la carte menu, focusing on local food traditions....
3 course dinner
Late arrival to Tromsø? Do not despair! In certain periods, you still have the chance of an Arctic adventure under the Northern Lights.
The island municipality of Måsøy is made up of mainland areas and around 400 islands and islets. The most well-known islet is Fruholmen, which was home to the northernmost manned lighthouse in Europe up to 2006.
The smallest of the inhabited islands in the municipality, with no traffic.
Nesseby municipality/Unjárgga gielda is a community of coastal Sami people, on the inland banks of the Varangerfjord in East Finnmark.
The municipality also has a significant cultural element and has invested a lot of time and money in presenting the Sami background.
Loppa is located in the south-west of Norwegian Lapland/Finnmark County, on the coast.
Loppa is well worth a visit, both on sunny days and in winter storms.
The centre of Norway’s northernmost municipality. Havøysund is also one of the largest fishing villages in Norwegian Lapland, with a versatile fishing fleet and fishing industry.
Exotic and vital coastal culture. Wild, unique landscapes (named the second most beautiful site in the municipality) with Norway’s northernmost archipelago.
Lebesby and Kjøllefjord: The ocean, fjords, mountain plain, forests, fishing lakes and granite geology – Welcome to Lebesby! You will find us just east of North Cape, on the Norwegian Lapland coast. Visit us for a fascinating diversity of landscapes and exotic fishing villages.