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Ringstad Sjøhus

With us in Ringstad you will experience great nature adventures. We offer a wide range of experiences - depending on what the weather and the seasons allow. During summer you can enjoy fishing in comfort and privacy, we set up the boats and the necessary equipment and training.


Helnessund Brygger in Steigen

Welcome to Helnessund - a vibrant fishing village in Steigen with long traditions in fishing and seafood. Our location gives the fishermen easy access...
Prices from 800 NOK pr. person.


Lofoten Arctic Hotel

Lofoten Arctic Hotel is located in the world's most famous fishing village Henningsvær, Our Hotel Skata is situated on the pier, five minutes walk form our other hotel which is situated in the centre of the Village.


Svinøya Rorbuer - BaseCamp Lofoten

Svinøya Rorbuer is centrally situated in Svolvær harbour.


Forvik old trading place

One of Northern-Norway’s oldest trading places, from 1792. Forvik trading place is located at the ferry port at Forvik, between Brønnøysund and Sandnessjøen.


Nyvågar Rorbuhotel

Nyvågar Rorbuhotell is beautifully situated by the ocean, in Storvågan. Our comfortable fisherman's cabins hold 2 bedrooms each with 2 beds. Bathroom,...


Kjellingstraumen Fjordcamp

A unique camping-site along the northern part of Kystriksveien. This is an old sami settlement and you will find the rooms/apartments with a nice historic atmosphere.


Eliassen Hostel

Welcome to Eliassen Rorbuer & Guesthouse - a holiday resort with fishermen’s cabins & hostel rooms, enjoying the longest tradition in the tourist industry in Lofoten. We offer accommodation in the most beautiful western part of the Lofoten Islands.


Ramberg Gjestegård

Situated on the outskirts of Lofoten, in the village Ramberg, you find us by a beautiful kilometre long sandy beach, with a panorama view towards the Arctic Ocean.
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