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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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STAMSUND

Skjærbrygga Rorbuer

Skjærbrygga is situated in Stamsund. Each rorbu has 3-4 bedrooms, a living room with kitchenette and a bathroom with shower. Made beds, towels and cleaning by departure are included in the price.

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!

BALLSTAD

Ballstad Apartments

The charming port of Ballstad with its small marina, supermarket, restaurant & café is just five-minute drive away. Ballstad Apartments are scenically set amongst nature, providing comfort and privacy to those ready to enjoy the long days and fantastic views of the surrounding area.

LEKNES

Statles Rorbu Center

Statles Rorbu Center is situated in the fishing village Mortsund, in the centre of the Lofoten islands.

BALLSTAD

Solsiden Brygge

In Ballstads most sunrich place you find Solsiden Brygge. Ballstad is known for it beautiful nature and its good fishing.

Stamsund

Lofoten Snowboard & Alpinsenter

The Lofoten Snowboard & Alpinsenter has 1700 meters down hill terrain. Welcome to enjoy the Lofoten-snow in beautiful surroundings!

BØSTAD

Viking feast under the nothern light

When the long, dark winter set in, the Vikings had to make sure that daylight would come back and the sun would shine again. A winter sacrifice is necessary.

Ballstad

Hattvika Lodge

Hattvika Lodge offers rental of newly build Nordlandhouse and co-building and is located in a tranquil setting surrounded by cabins (rorbuer), overlooking the sea and the boats going out and coming back from the fabled Lofoten fishery.

Leknes

Vestvågøy Museum avd. Fygle

A "rorbu" cabin from 1834 providing an insight into the everyday life of the fisherman.
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