Come and discover the Lofoten Islands and Northern Norway. If you are a nature lover, this is a must-see destination to enjoy all the wonders of nature. It is possible to discover grandiose landscapes that are difficult to find elsewhere. Fjords, beaches, lakes, fishing villages, conifers, there is no shortage of natural components that make up northern Norway.
Located above the article polar circle, the summers offer a very pleasant climate for traveling. In addition, the latitude allows very long days, and the sun hardly sets in June and July. If you are looking for a destination to explore the beauty of nature, away from the crowds, with breathtaking views, I advise you to go to the Lofoten Islands and North of Norway, you will be dazzled and amazed by the beauty of the landscapes. Also go to North Cape, the highest point in Europe.
It is also at this place that you will find a crystal clear water of a dazzling transparent blue, but with in the background conifers, fjords, cut landscapes, hills ... A preserved place where man doesn ' has not yet had a strong impact, to be respected also by common sense behavior. It is also a good place in summer for camping and enjoying a simple life, full of magical excursions.
Also enjoy the quality of life in a city like Tromso. It is indeed the capital of the North offering a pleasant setting and many activities. Without forgetting the coastal town of Bodo, which is the starting point for an excursion to the Lofoten Islands and to the North of Norway.
In this guide, I will start by presenting the basics of the Lofoten Islands and Norway. What you need to know before going there. I will then help you prepare well with a number of practical tips. I will then talk about the different experiences that you can have in this place such as respect for nature, the northern lights or traditions. Then, by location, I will show you the best things to see. Classify in different sectors so you can select what you want.
- Lofoten Islands and Norway in brief
- Travel preparation
- Experiences from northern Norway