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Bukkholmen Rorbuer

On a small island in the Borgund fiord you can stay comfortably in a fisherman's shack. The rooms are well equipped, with beds for six people. A room...


Gamlestaua, Bualemmen, Hoystaalet

Cosy little house, renovated 1990. 2 bedrooms (Db,E) +(Db,E). Bath. Cosy living room. Farm with hens. Guests may join in when fishing nets and pots are...


Lofoten Turist- og Rorbusenter

Lofoten Tourist- & Rorbucenter is located in beautiful surroundings on the outskirts of Kabelvåg in Lofoten.


Solsiden Brygge

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


Lofoten Rorbuer, Svolvær

Cultural-historical accommodations in Svolvær. Modernised in 2005.


Rønsholmen Brygger

Rønsholmen Brygger offers a relaxing family holiday in beautiful natural surroundings; enjoy simply strolling along the quayside or seeking out a good...



In Nusfjord you can find most of the buildings which were part of one of Norway's eading fish buying stations of its time.


Kokelv Seahouse

Along the National Tourist Road to Havøysund, you’ll find Kokelv, a slightly secluded pearl of nature at the heart of Refsbotn fjord.


Krabbevika Holiday Cabin

Krabbevika is a hideaway holiday home just fifty meters from the sea, atop a cliff, with stunning views across the ocean. The cabin, which is close to Bergen, has a west-facing terrace, perfect for barbecuing the day's fishing catch and watching the sun set over the ocean.


Tromvik Lodge

Tromvik Lodge was built in 2011 and is held in classical modern Scandinavian style with wooden floors, white wooden walls and white ceiling. Large panorama windows give a 270 degrees view to the ocean in the north and a spectacular alpine landscape with peaks reaching 3000 feet and more in the west and south.
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