Known within Norway as one of the most popular areas for taking nature safaris and fishing opportunities against a beautiful coastal backdrop, this area is only now becoming known to a wider range of travellers searching out Lofoten accommodation.
The area of the Lofoten Islands has a long history that attracts many visitors to the region, including a long period of habitation by the Vikings. Spending some time exploring the Lofotr Viking Museum gives visitors the chance to go back in time and experience the sounds, smells and sights of the Viking era, including the remains of the largest house ever discovered from the era in Norway.
Lofoten holiday homes provide the chance to explore the region and surrounding regions such as Finnmark and Nordland which you can access by boat. There's a lot of natural beauty that lies within the Arctic Circle, including a large number of nature safaris that often take in the deep coral reef found in the area. Boat trips between the islands also give the chance to see the natural beauty of the Northern Lights that are usually visible on dry nights in the region. Lofoten accommodation also gives many chances to enjoy the outdoors with an action packed holiday, options can include golf, hiking and kayaking and would be a great place to bring your dogs on a long, scenic walk. Lofoten is often listed amongst the top ten sea kayaking destinations in the world as visitors travel between the many islands in the fashion.