Lofoten The world’s most beautiful archipelago.
Lofoten is known for its stunning mountains, deep fjords, great fishing and idyllic fishing villages. Experience the light, with the midnight sun in the summer and the Northern Lights in the winter. Hike, ski, bike or view this region and its’ islands from the deck of a ship.
The Arctic Alps
With fantastic mountain cliffs rising out of the deep blue fjords, this place really is one of the most impressive mountain range in Norway.
Senja is a heavenly kingdom of mountains, fjords, beaches, with infinite opportunities for great nature adventures.
The jewel of the north
Svalbard is utterly unique and this group of islands lie far to the north. We’d love to show you the best that this Arctic treasure has to offer.
One of Lofoten’s most popular fishing villages
Go to Henningsvær to experience the unique atmosphere of a fishing village which combines an international vibe with history and charm.
In the heart of Lofoten – in the centre of the adventures
This central location on Vestvågøy - in the heart of Lofoten – has made Stamsund the ideal starting point for those looking for versatile experiences.
The essence of the Arctic
The Arctic Haute Route runs along the Atlantic coast between Lofoten and Tromsø, to some of the finest islands in Northern Norway. Lofoten, Vesterålen (summer), Andørja (winter), Senja and Tromsø are places you’ll experience along the way. We call it the essence of the Arctic.
Reine will take your breath away, with dramatic mountains which rise straight out of the sea.
This fishing village offers an urban feel, great culinary experiences and is a superb starting point for adventures in the striking beautiful nature of the region.
A scenic archipelago in the north
A playground for kayaking, mountain hikes and stunning nature adventures. Perfect for those searching for tranquillity.
Northern Europe's most mountainous island
Andørja is Northern Europe's most mountainous island with eleven peaks over 1000 metres. The highest of them, Langlitinden, is Norway’s highest island peak at 1276 metres above sea level.
Tromsø’s lovely backyard
Massive mountain ranges, fjords and viewing points with unbelievable 360 degree panoramic views.
The Arctic capital
A town full of culture, history and a perfect place from which to access fabulous nature experiences and wonder at the Arctic light; both the midnight sun and the Northern Lights.
A well-kept secret
Located on a peninsula surrounded by fjords and located not far from Norway’s second largest glacier, Svartisen. Bodø is an Arctic wonderland and great starting place from which to discover Northern Norway.