Lofoten Norway is a true pride of the country and attracts lots of tourists from all over the world. The archipelago includes several big and lots of small isles. The biggest ones are Hinnoya, Austvagoy, Gimsoy, Vestvagoy, Flakstadoya and Moskenesoya. The while population consists of almost 25 000 people.
The main thing that attracts travelers to this picturesque lands is the landscapes that look like being drawn by best web-designers. Striking mountains reflected in the clean calm waters of beautiful fjords and wild postcard-like beaches just tempt to be discovered.
Moreover, the rocky islands of the archipelago have quite a peculiar past and even some world-famous objects. Lofoten Norway is the place where the whirlpool of Malstrom, the largest on our planet deep-sea coral reef is located.
Lofoten also has a strong connection to the Viking times and travelers are welcome to get a deeper insight into the history of the isles visiting the great Viking Museum, located in Borg.
The beauties of Lofoten islands have been glorified by artists, poets and writers. The best season to enjoy Lofoten Norway at its liveliest is summer which provides numerous opportunities, from hiking and kayaking to observing the midnight sun. Winter is also an atmospheric period that gives a chance to see the fantastic Northern lights