Lofoten are the characteristic islands on the Norwegian coast, well known for the excellent fish products, for the spectacular nature and for the small hidden villages.
In this wonderful archipelago situated beyond the Arctic Circle, the mountains seem to be falling into the sea and are mirrored in the surprisingly placid water, often made uncertain by the fog.
The biggest cities are located on the largest islands, like: Austvågøy, Gimsøya, Vestvågøy, Flakstadøya, Moskenesøya.
One of the oldest towns in Lofoten is Svolvær, that was already inhabited by the Vikings. To move around from island to island, there is road E10. This panoramic street will guide you through the archipelago and breath tacking landscapes are guaranteed.