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Henningsvaer stadium stadio lofoten Isol

Henningsvaer Stadium

Always open

Considered by many to be the most beautiful football field in the world, the Henningsvaer Stadium hosts amateur teams and is particularly impressive, especially when viewed from above, thanks to a drone or on an airplane or, alternatively, along the Festvågtind Trekking , lasting 2h, parking for free here: Engøysundbrua, Henningsværveien, 8312 Henningsvær, Norway

Haukland beach spiaggia lofoten Isole Is

Haukland Beach

Always Open

Haukland Beach is the most beautiful of Lofoten. Soft white sand and freezing water even in August. However, the inhabitants of these islands swim freely. Speaking with some of them, they explained to me that they use to swim even in the middle of winter!

rorbu case pescatori rosse lofoten Isole



Always open

The Rorbu are the classic red fishermen's houses. Many of these have become accommodation facilities. If you want some info on where to sleep contact me. I found the most beautiful here:

- Reineveien, 8390 Reine, Norway

- Marina of Å

Reinebringen trekking hiking rampestreke


Always open

Reinebringen is the most beautiful Trekking in Lofoten and among the best in Norway. It is quite tiring, being uphill, but nothing like those made in other areas of the country. The route starts immediately before the Ramsviktunnelen Gallery coming from Å. You can park your car in a pitch and then walk up to the Trekking.

Reine trekking hiking rampestreken norve


Always open

I absolutely recommend visiting Reine at sunset to admire the reflections in the water of the surrounding mountains. The village also has a nice restaurant and a pub which is not to be taken for granted in this place.

Værøy Måstadfjellet Viewpoint vaeroy tre


Always open

To reach the island of Værøy you have to take the boat from Bodø or Moskenes. Once there, I recommend a very simple trek to Måstadfjellet Viewpoint, to admire the island from above.

Lofoten islands Self-guided: Travel itineraries on the road | Selftravelling