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Is Lofoten above the Arctic Circle?

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  1. Is Lofoten above the Arctic Circle?
  2. How do you get to Lofoten Islands?
  3. In what sea are the Lofoten Islands?
  4. Who owns the Lofoten Islands?
  5. How many days do you need in Lofoten?

Is Lofoten above the Arctic Circle?

Located 800 miles from Oslo and 95 miles north of the Arctic Circle, the Lofoten archipelago is known for its remote, rugged beauty.

How do you get to Lofoten Islands?

Air travel is the best way to reach Lofoten. There aren't any direct flights to Bodø or non-stop flights to Leknes or Svolvær. The best option is to fly from Stavanger to Bodø, usually with stopovers either in Bergen, Oslo, or Trondheim, depending on air carrier and route. Travel time is typically around 3.5-5 hours.

In what sea are the Lofoten Islands?

Norwegian Sea Lofoten, island group, in the Norwegian Sea, northern Norway.

Who owns the Lofoten Islands?

Norway Lofoten
Geography
Major islandsAustvågøy, Vestvågøy, Flakstadøy, Moskenesøy, Værøy, Røst
Area1,227 km2 (474 sq mi)
Administration
Norway

How many days do you need in Lofoten?

7 days Lofoten travel itinerary I recommend visiting the Lofoten Islands in 7 days. However, keep in mind that if you travel from Tromso or Bodo, it is better to add at least two more days, taking a 10-day Lofoten Islands trip.