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Kjerringøy

Kjerringøy, Old Coastal Trading Post

The trading centre at Kjerringøy is located idyllic and stands forth as one of Norway’s most important building memorials from the 18-th century. It contains 15 antiquated buildings in a unique setting.

Nygårdsjøen

Vertshuset Fjordbua (Inn & Cafe)

Cosy little café with guest marina near the Sandhornøy Island bridge south of Kjellingstraumen. Single rooms with possibility for an extra bed. Open all year.

Bodø

Norwegian Aviation Museum

Visit Norway's national aviation museum, in Bodø. There is guided tours in the summer season.

STØTT

Gammelbutikken Restaurant

The old trading post at Støtt has been welcoming visitors for hundreds of years. On the sea route to and from Lofoten, it became a natural stopping-off point for many travellers.

BODØ

Kaffe lars

Kaffe Lars is the cafè at City Hotell.

Inndyr

Gildeskål Church Site

Centuries of cultural history pervade the old church site of Gildeskål. The 12th century medieval stone church with its rich traditions and with its beautiful and distinctive fixtures and furnishings is situated here.

Støtt

The old trade post restaurant at Støtt

På Gammelbutikken restaurant kan du spise av At the old trade post Støtt you can visit a restaurant that serves good sea food. Støtt Brygge uses only the finest and fresh produce. Pherphaps you will eat on the dock overloking the islands.

BODØ

Top 13

The city’s finest bar view with a fantastic 360 degree panorama of Bodø and the local district. You find it on the top floor og Radisson Blu hotel Bodø.

BODØ

Bibliotekbaren

In the "library bar", you can relax with a good book.

BODØ

Windjammer bar

A charming maritime bar with a fine view of the guest harbour. Outdoor tables in good weather. Light meals.
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