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Storekorsnes Ferie og Fritid - sea fishing in Alta

This fishing holiday destination has everything the travelling angler can look for. You will be spoilt for choice between fishing or visiting Alta, the city of Northern lights.
From £433 pp/approx Based on 4 sharing including boat

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Nyvoll Brygge - sea fishing in Alta

This comfortable first floor holiday apartment enjoys fascinating views over Korsfjord. With a close proximity to good fishing grounds, the camp offers excellent fishing with the chance of a big catch.
From £462 pp/approx Based on 4 sharing including boat

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Loppa Tourist Information

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.

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Alta Tourist Information

Alta – the City of the Northern Lights – where past meets future!

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Restaurant Alta

Restaurant Alta is the restaurant of Rica Hotel Alta. It has a la carte meny with arctic and local food on the meny. It is open every day.

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GLØD Explorer

Discover the unique Norwegian Lapland landscapes on foot, by ski, canoe or cycle, even with a team of huskies. Cross the Finnmark mountain plain, spending the night in mountain refuges. Paddle down the Alta River through Alta Canyon.

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Thon Hotel Vica - Restaurant Haldde

Restaurant Haldde at Thon Vica Hotel: High quality Arctic dishes. Menu in 7 international languages. Opening hours: 3 Jan - 22 Dec, 12.00-23.00. Location: Thon Hotel Vica, Bossekop, on the E6.

Alta

Thon Hotel Vica

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 599,-

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70 Grader Nord Safari

We organise guided trips onto the Finnmarksvidda mountain plain, by snowmobile in the winter and by ATV in the summer.
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