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Travel Guide to Å, Lofoten, Norway

On a cape stretching out into the sea of Vestfjorden, lies the village Å, a fascinating and unique end-point on the southern tip of the Lofoten islands. Å is Northern Norway’s best-preserved traditional fishing village with roots dating back to the early 1800s. Walking among these old houses and fishermen’s cabins you get a sense of the life and hardship of the generations of fishermen that lived and worked here. Here we give you all the things to do, see, and where to stay in Å in Lofoten.

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Reine Travel Guide, Lofoten, Norway

Lofoten’s most picturesque fishing village Reine, with its scenic landscape of Reinefjord and the small islands, is dotted with red fishermen’s cottages and hugged in between steep mountains that rise straight up from the sea. It is one of Norway’s most photographed villages, and you have probably seen photos from Reine on Instagram.

The Ultimate Guide to Lofotr Viking Museum, Lofoten, Norway

Lofotr is hands down one of our favorite museums! We’re not really huge fans of museums in general, they honestly tend to be kind of boring, but Lofotr is different. They have managed to make the past come alive in a fun and entertaining way while still being educational. And the fact that you can participate in activities like sailing on a real Viking ship makes all the difference and is a pretty unique and fantastic experience that you will never forget.

Travel Guide To Henningsvaer, Lofoten, Norway

The small town of Henningsvær is my favorite place in Lofoten. Wondering around the streets of Henningsvær, we could easily picture ourselves living here! I love the cozy small-town atmosphere with its old wooden houses, unique boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and art galleries, all surrounded by the sea and the tall jagged mountains. This Henningsvær travel guide gives you the best things to do and see in Henningsvær, as well as the best places to stay and eat.

Kabelvag Travel Guide Lofoten

Kabelvåg is a small and cozy town in Lofoten, just next to Svolvær city (a 10-min drive). Kabelvåg is the oldest city in the northern part of Norway and was called “Vagar” back in the Viking Age. It has some of Lofoten’s most famous tourist attractions, like Lofoten Museum, Lofoten Aquarium, and Gallery Espolin. This comprehensive travel guide gives you everything you need to know to plan your ultimate Kabelvåg trip – including our recommendations on what to do, where to eat, and where to stay.

ECO-friendly Trollfjord Cruise with Electric Ship, Lofoten

When visiting Norway’s Lofoten Islands, taking a boat trip out on the sea and fjords is a must-do. The most spectacular fjord in Lofoten is the narrow Trollfjord, tucked in between tall peaky mountains. We took a cruise to Trollfjord with Brim Explorer, the new Electric Ship that promises eco-friendly tours. But what was the cruise really like and is it the perfect Trollfjord tour?

Svolvaer Travel Guide

Svolvær city, or Svolvaer, is the gateway to the stunning Lofoten in Northern Norway. It is Lofoten’s capital and the first city you arrive at when driving into the Lofoten Islands. Svolvær is also the main transport hub of Lofoten. This comprehensive travel guide gives you everything you need to know to plan your ultimate Svolvaer trip – including our recommendations on what to do, where to eat, and where to stay.