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Explore the Lofoten Islands by sea, go fishing for the catch of your life and visit Lofotr Viking Museum. Taste the stockfish and be amazed by the northern lights.
An impressive reconstruction of the largest house that has been found dating back to the Viking Age.
A golf course beautifully located by the ocean, facing the north and the midnight sun.
The interest in the Vikings has reached an all-time high over the last years. From newly discovered ships to living villages and high-tech exhibitions – here are some of Norway’s top Viking sites.
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.
Paddling on the still waters of the north by midnight is probably the closest you’ll ever get to bathing in gold.
An award-winning French photographer travelled to Northern Norway to document the joy of surfing in extreme, but beautiful surroundings.
There is no need to wait until you’re here to find out what you’d like to do.
Find more inspiration on Lofoten’s official website.
Lofoten is known for excellent fishing, nature attractions such as the northern lights and the midnight sun, and small villages off the beaten track. Kayak between the islands or go fishing for the catch of your life.
Lofoten is known for the old fishermen's cabins ("rorbuer") that have been restored and turned into modern accommodation for travellers.
Almost immediately after it tosses and turns in the water, it’s ready to be served on your platter. In Northern Norway, they are totally hooked on the fresh delicacies of the sea.
Even though the Arctic cod only shows up once a year, it has been paramount in shaping Lofoten as we know it today.
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