The wild nature of the Lofoten Islands is just as beautiful in winter as the rest of the year, especially when the northern lights come out at night. Every outing in the region is framed by rugged mountain tops that rise straight from the sea.
Get to know Lofoten’s colourful fishing villages with the characteristic rorbuer (fishermen’s cabins), local handicrafts and a rich history that dates back to the Vikings.
For a thousand years, fishermen have come to Lofoten from near and far to take part in the renowned cod winter fishing. It is a living history that is confirmed by the numerous typical fish drying racks in the villages.
Winter in the Lofoten Islands comes in thousands of colours that present a visual enjoyment of contrasts, hues and tones. The experience is even stronger at night, when the flickering northern lights in the sky are reflected in the sea.