Travel Norway - Scandinavia

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Lofoten is an archipelago and a traditional district in the county of Nordland, Norway. This place has distinctive scenery with dramatic mountains and peaks, open sea and sheltered bays, beaches and untouched lands.

You have way more to do here. Check out the list of activities below:

· Play with your senses in some of the most stunning surroundings in the world. Like here, in Henningsvær. Play among the waves. They are all around.
· Learn to surf at Unstad Arctic Surf or Lofoten Beach Camp. Play on the beaches.
· Find new ways to ride through the waves. On horseback at Hov Hestegård! You can even play golf here (all night long).
· In Lofoten, you can have fun 24 hours a day in summer, under the midnight sun.
· Catch the northern lights from September to March.
· elevate your play. Climb the famous Svolværgeita mountain or try one of the many recommended hikes in the area.
· Play with time. Get to know the first skilled craftsmen that settled in Lofoten. Travel back in time at the Lofotr Viking Museum in Borg, where you also can try rowing a Viking ship. The Vikings started another unique local tradition, that is still done in very much the same way today.
· Every year, between February and March, the migrating Atlantic cod, the skrei, comes to Lofoten to spawn.
· A visit to Lofoten is not complete without a fishing trip! Who will end up catching today’s dinner? This is the fish that built Norway, and that led to the settlement of numerous small, cozy fishing villages, including Reine, Nusfjord, Ballstad, Stamsund and Kabelvåg.
· Another must is to stay in a rorbu, a fisherman’s cabin right by the sea. Enjoy a hot sauna (maybe followed by an even hotter moment with someone special!).
· Play it cool. Lofoten in winter is a snowy paradise! You can try ski touring (always go with a local guide), or surf, go dog sledding, or simply stroll around in this otherworldly landscape.
· Svolvær offers day cruises to the famous Trollfjord (pictured) and a lot of other activities. Do you hear music playing? Remember to check if there is a festival going on somewhere nearby! From Svolvær, you can also take the ferry to the 'sunshine island', Skrova.
· lay on a remote island. For an adventure in truly pristine surroundings, take the ferry to the dramatic landscapes of Værøy (pictured) or the 'opera island', Røst.

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Don't forget that the view from less strenuous coastal trails and wild valleys can be just as rewarding!

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