The Lofoten Islands are an archipelago in the north of Norway, located at 68 degrees North, above the Arctic Circle.  It is a place like none other, with 360 degree views of steep mountains and the Norwegian Sea.  Here you’ll find white sandy beaches, fishing villages, and lots of animals, both wild and on the farm.  It is as remote as it is magical – a slice of Earth where you can experience phenomenon like the midnight sun and the northern lights.


Although far, it is easy to get to Lofoten by air, sea and road.


Most tourists who come by plane need to get to Oslo first, and from there have different options to fly to.   Widerøe airlines flies to Svolvær and Leknes from Bodø multiple times a day.


If you like ferries and have a bit more time, we recommend taking a ferry from the mainland to the archipelago.  Hurtigruten is also a very special way to get from different places in Norway up here to Lofoten.


If you’re traveling by car, you’ll take use the E-10 to drive from either end of Lofoten.  This road is also considered one of the most scenic drives in Norway.


Lofoten Links, our golf course, is located at Hov on Gimsøy Island, about midway between Svolvaer and Leknes.


More info about Lofoten as a destination can be found here.

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