Scenery & attractions
The Lofoten Wall – the archipelago looks like a closed wall when seen from elevated points around Bodo or when arriving from the sea, some 100 km long, and 800-1000 m high.
The Moskenes maelstrom, considered to be one of the most dangerous maelstroms in the world.
The coastal Kollhellaren Cave with some 3000 year old cave paintings.
Vestvagoy with archeological finds from the Iron Age and the Viking Age.
The Viking longhouse (83 m) at Borg, the largest known longhouse. A reconstruction of the house is built at Lofotr Viking Museum.
The picturesque fishing villages of Nusfjord, Eggum and Unstad, situated at the foot of tall mountains, with the scenic pebbled beach at Eggum.
Henningsvaer – the most important fishing village on Lofoten.
Skomvaer Lighthouse – located on Skomvaer, the outermost island on Lofoten.
Small waves of turquoise blue water wash gently across the white sand while mountain peaks rise into the blue sky above. The scenic beaches on Lofoten Islands might be some of the most spectacular beaches you will ever see.