The Lofoten Archipelago is a paradise for discovering the Norwegian nature and small villages under the midnight sun. Go between the islands by kayak, try your luck fishing or watch the sea eagles in the sky. The islands are anchored in the stormy waters of the Norwegian Sea, well above the Arctic Circle. This wild jewel offers a majestic mountain scenery, deep blue fjords, bird colonies and beautiful surf beaches.
Bodø is situated on a peninsula in northern Norway and offers many different adventures. Here you can paddle kayak or golf in the midnight sun. Bodø is home to around 50 000 people and is one of the most dynamic cities in the country, with a lively urban scene. For those interested in arts and crafts, Bodø has a diverse community of local artists and glassblowers.
Svolvær is the largest city in the Lofoten archipelago and the capital of Lofoten. The first thing that strikes you in Svolvær is its location. Wherever you are, whatever your look, the view is beautiful. Svolvær is the main starting point for excursions to the Trollfjord, one of Norway’s most spectacular fjords.
Tromsø is a modern city in the Arctic and a place where nature and culture are in perfect alliance. From 20 May to 20 July, the midnight sun shines all day long, allowing you to participate in various activities 24 hours a day. For outdoor enthusiasts, the city center of Tromsø is located close to untouched nature, which offers many opportunities for activities such as hiking, fishing, kayaking or trekking with sled dogs.