Archipelago Lofoten is full of nature and light, and we are located at 68 degrees North. Steep mountains, white sandy beaches and small fishing villages with picturesque red shacks are just a part of what we can offer.


It is easy to get to Lofoten from elsewhere in the country, both by air, sea and road. Flight time from Oslo is eg only two hours. Widerøe flies to Svolvaer and Leknes from Bodoe up to 7 times a day. There are daily ferries and catamarans from the mainland and Hurtigruten is calling at Stamsund and Svolvaer, north- and southbound every day. If your’re travelling by car, you can use Lofoten mainland connection. E-10 through Lofoten which is part of the concept of “National Tourist Routes”.


Lofoten Links is located at Hov on Gimsøy about midway between Svolvaer and Leknes. Facing north and the sea perceived light at Hov – be it midnightsun or Northern Lights – stronger than elsewhere.


More info about Lofoten as a destination can be found at Lofotens official portal.