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Svinøya Rorbuer - BaseCamp Lofoten

Svinøya Rorbuer is centrally situated in Svolvær harbour.



OscarBrygga is an old fishing wharf which now is a restaurant. Adjacent to the wharft there are also accommodations with a view towards the fairway and Hestmannen.


Eliassen Rorbuer

Spectacular nature, silence, midnight sun, northern light, storm, breathtaking sea and mountain view, fishing boats and fishermen’s cabin - the genuine Lofoten atmosphere is right here. Welcome to the oldest resort with fishermen’s cabins in Lofoten offering 35 fishermen’s cabins, restaurant and activity centre.


Taste of Lofoten

Many people rank Å as the most beautiful part of Lofoten.


Træna Rorbuferie

Træna Rorbuferie is located at Træna, specifically on the island Husøy. Here is the Adventure Camp Træna Rorbuferie, a perfect accommodation if you want to explore this exciting archipelago


Lofoten Rorbuer, Svolvær

Cultural-historical accommodations in Svolvær. Modernised in 2005.


Sandnes Camping Mandal

Sandnes Camping is an open and sunny camping ground. Guests can enjoy peace and quiet with a view over the Mandalselva River, or go exploring in the surrounding forest.


Lyngen Fjordbuer

Overlooking the Lyngenfjord and stunning views towards the Lyngenalps, lies Lyngen Fjordbuer. The houses have a fully equipped kitchen, a large living room, a sauna next to the bath and three bedrooms upstairs, with 6 beds.


Manndalen Sjøbuer

Manndalen sjøbuer offers accomodation next to the sea in the beautiful village of Manndalen, by the Lyngenfjord. We have 8 sjøbuer, each with room for 4 persons and sauna. We also rent out boats to our guests.


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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