One of our lodgings in Lofoten Islands known as SjøhusSenteret, is located 2 km from the center of the city of Sortland, in a small town in the heart of Vesterålen. The accommodation consists of 7 completely new huts at the edge of a fjord, each with two bedrooms, a living room, kitchen and a bathroom across two floors. The setting is idyllic and is the ideal location for exploring the north of the Lofoten-Vesterålen archipelago. Cabañitas complex has a small marina where you can take excursions around the area and a restaurant where you can taste the exquisite cuisine of the islands. We also offer a breakfast service in your cabin if you prefer. A luxury ,but it is not cheap, like most things in this country.
Svolvaer-known as the Venice of the North, is a fishing town in the Lofoten Islands.The Mount Vågakallen wall serves as a backdrop to the scenery of the blue ocean, the fishermen's huts in a row along the old pier, the drying of cod and the bobbing accompanied by a rhythmic tapping coming from the fleet moored to port that seems to wait for the time to go fishing .... Svolvaer is a seaport that alternates between cod fishing with tourism-related tasks whose boom in recent decades has gained ground in such a way that the cottages authorized to give shelter to the fishermen have become luxurious, charming and comfortable fully furnished facilities for tourists. They are called Rorbuer which more or less means "little house of the fishermen living when they are away from home during the fishing season." The cottages stand on pillars which are rooted on the seabed, have their own jetty for rowing boats and generally decorated in a deep red which is obtained based processing of cod liver oil. Staying in a rorbu we can enjoy the peaceful life of the small town of Svolvaer and have access to a myriad of activities taking place in nature that gives us the Lofoten archipelago.