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Along the National Tourist Road to Havøysund, you’ll find Kokelv, a slightly secluded pearl of nature at the heart of Refsbotn fjord.
In scenic environments in idyllic Sandøybotn, Sørøya, Sørøya Gjestestue awaits, luring with activities unikely adapted to the area’s proximity to untouched nature.
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...
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.
From January 2014 Norway lovers will be able to enjoy the Vesterålen, where I run a restaurant and some cottages at a place called Damperiet. It's situated along the Straumfjorden. Together with the Lofoten and Senja, this archipelago is one of the most beautiful parts of Norway. That's my humble opinion of course. But I am very eager to share my passion with you!
Mountains, fjords, (killer)whales, Midnight Sun, Northern Light. You are surrounded by it all at Damperiet in summer and winter. You can go hiking, fishing, canoeing or just sit and relax while enjoying this little piece of heaven.
Maribell Sea Houses are located in scenic surroundings in Kvaløyvågen just outside Tromsø and offers modern and welll equipped sea houses down by the weaterfront.
In the old fishing community of Bud at the outermost point on the Romsdal coastline. These rorbu (converted fishermen's shacks) have fully-equipped kit...
Tyskhella Rorbuferie is situated in the centre of Kabelvåg, overlooking the Vestfjord and Kabelvåg.
Idyllic accommodation close to the North Cape: Three comfortable cabins by the sea and near the road 7,5 km from Honningsvåg in the direction of North Cape.
Welcome to King Crab safari with Adventure Camp Mehamn.