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Glomfjord

Glomfjord hotell

Glomfjord hotell is situated in the centre of Glomfjord, with short walking distance to shops, swimming pool and alpin centre. Close to Fv17.

RØKLAND

Saltfjellet Hotel Arctic circle

A hotel by the Arctic Circle. Saltfjellet Hotell is located by the Nordlandsbanen train line and Lønsdal station right by road E6, between Mo i Rana and Fauske/Bodo. Centrally located for a days drive to Trondheim, Lofoten / Vesterålen, Narvik, Tromsø or on your way to the North Cape.

Saltstraumen

Saltstraumen hotel

You will get a good nights sleep as our guest, in quiet, peaceful surroundings with clean, fresh air and fantastic nature just outside your window.

Bodø

Bodø hotell

A small hotel with a big heart - downtown in Bodø.

Inndyr

Heimsjyen

Heimsjyen is located in the municipal centre at Inndyr 7 km from Kystriksveien and 2 km from Gildeskål Old Church. Heimsjyen offers accommodation in single and double rooms.

BOLGA

Fiskebrygga

Economy-priced room rentals at dockside facility within walking distance (150 m) of the ferry landing, local shop and pub/café.

SALTSTRAUMEN

Saltstraumen camping

Fantastic countryside and wonderful hiking terrain by the world’s strongest maelstrom.

LANDEGODE

Landego Lighthouse

The island of Landegode lies just off Bodø and is a beautiful natural gem, both when bathed in the light of the midnight sun in summer, and when the northern lights lend lustre to the island in winter.

SULITJELMA

Sulitjelma fjellandsby

Apartments with 4 bedrooms that can accomodate up to 7 people.

KJERRINGØY

Kjerringøy camping

The camp site is situated by the sea. If you wish to wake up to the lively chirping of birds, and find peace and quiet for body and soul, then this is the place for you. The location is sheltered, and in summer the sun may shine almost 24 hours a day.
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