Welcome to Lofoten
There is a place on Earth where the Sun never sets, the Northern lights never cease to amaze, and the landscape changes constantly, the wind never stops blowing and the people always smile...
Lofoten is a place where the ocean, the mountains and the fiords meet. The people who meet there know how to appreciate the wild beauty, unspoiled by masses of tourists. The aurora borealis, the polar night and day are a natural background to the unforgettable experiences. The accommodation in fishermen’s wooden cottages built on piles, and the multitude of attractions that we can provide make our offer truly different in terms of high quality and originality. read more »
Scuba diving within the Arctic Circle in the Lofoten is an incredible experience. Discover the arctic fauna and flora of these pristine waters. The spring is the perfect time to begin your diving adventure. The days are getting longer and warmer and life returns to the sea. You will find here many new underwater adventures. We offer a wide selection of dive sites suited to your needs and skill level, ranging from quiet fjords to subsea current swept straits ideal for experienced divers. You can see beautiful kelp forests, fields of algae, spectacular jellyfish, urchins and starfish, not to mention large fish species such as: halibut, cod, wolfish or flounder. Most sites are located near your accommodations and can be reached from land or by boat, our highly specialized staff can help you make the right choice. We provide full service, accommodation, meals, local transfers and additional attractions such as fishing, mountain trekking, ... read more »
National Geographic recommends Lofoten
In November 2007, National Geographic Traveler rated the Lofoten islands of Northern Norway the third most appealing islands in the world.
Lofoten is known for excellent fishing and nature attractions, and small villages off the beaten track. During summer, the sun never sets over white beaches with clear green water and sea teaming with fish. There are towering mountains with pointed peaks which reflect the red glow of the midnight sun.
Lofoten is also known for great scuba diving, small fishing villages that are still intact and running the same way as always, and an interesting Viking Museum.
National Geographic about Lofoten
"Chilly, high-latitude islands form a 'masterpiece' of spectacular outcrops steeped in cherished tradition. Many of the villagers rent out cosy rorbu, the historic fishermen's cabins". "There are several excellent museums and art ... read more »