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Go for a hike in the surrounding nature, try fishing or kayaking under the midnight sun, or enjoy Harstad’s many cultural attractions.
Experience the Aurora Borealis in our Aurora Summit Lodge
Andørja Adventures located at the tip of Engenes
We can tailormake "packages" for different events alone, or in cooperation with others.
A spectacular world underneath Harstad City centre! Visit Harstads water park inside the mountain.
1000 years of plowing, cross and sword
We offer rental of the Sami tent (Lavvu), - serving from our wild menu or catering from one of our gourmet…
A RIB takes you on a trip to Harstads archipelago to see the empire of famous Viking Chieftain, Tore Hund.
The association regulary organises day and weekend hikes in summer and winter.
If you want to go for an easy hike with spectacular views of the city and its surroundings - Gangsåstoppen is…
The Adolf Gun is the only intact battleship canon from the 2. World War and is open for guided tours.
An arena for a broad range of artistc expressions, exhibiting of local, national and international artists.
Introductory courses in sea kayaking.
Norway’s 17 national fortresses are cultural arenas that get visited by millions of people each year. Akershus Fortress in Oslo and Oscarsborg Fortress in Drøbak are amongst the most popular ones.
There are no clear boundaries between one day and the next in the far north during summer. These are the best places to see the midnight sun in Norway.
There is no need to wait until you’re here to find out what you’d like to do. Find more inspiration on Harstad’s official website.