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NORDRE SEILAND

Seiland Explore

Seiland Explore have apartments for rent.

KVALSUND

Sea fishing. Stenbukt fisherman house

Engholm Husky also offers the perfect place to get away from stress.

HONNINGSVÅG

North Cape Cabins

Idyllic accommodation close to the North Cape: Three comfortable cabins by the sea and near the road 7,5 km from Honningsvåg in the direction of North Cape.

HONNINGSVÅG

Nordkapp Vandrerhjem

Nordkapp Vandrerhjem, located in Honningsvåg, welcomes guests that love to experience the forces of nature and beautiful scenery.

MEHAMN

Mehamn HI Youth hostel - Nordic Safari

Mehamn is the gate to the northernmost mainland point in Europe; Nordkyn. It is a beautiful area, where you can experience the Midnight Sun in summer and the Northern Light in winter. Mehamn Vandrerhjem offers guided trips, for instance to the lighthouse of Sletnes, the world’s northernmost point for a lighthouse. Other activities are sea and river fishing. We recommend that you try our fish restaurant.
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Honningsvåg

Scandic Nordkapp

Scandic Nordkapp located right outside Honningsvåg, 30 km from the North Cape and its location in Skipsfjorden makes it the closest hotel to the North Cape.

BUGØYNES

Accommodation at Bugøynes Opplevelser

At Bugøynes Opplevelser you can choose between different types of accommodation. We have four cosy little cabins for 2 persons with extra bed.

BUGØYNES

Accommodation in a Bugøynes house

Accommodation at Bugøynes: If you want to live like the bugøynes inhabitants, you can hire a house, built before the Second World War, in the middle of the village. In Johanna's House there is room for a family or a little group, max 8 persons.

KARASJOK

Engholm design cabins

The designed log cabins at Engholm are situated next to Karasjohka river, 6 km outside of Karasjok.

GAMVIK

Slettnes lighthouse

The world's northernmost mainland lighthouse was built in 1905, destroyed in 1944 and rebuilt in 1945-48. Situated on a vast coastal plain between the Barents Sea and the mountains, Slettnes is a fascinating place to visit for lovers of scenery, wildlife, history and the brute forces of nature.
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