Reine & Lofoten Scenery


Price from £167

Difficulty level

Level 1: Suitable for everyone.

Booking code



5 hours


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Sunset over Reine in the Lofoten Islands, Norway
  • Soak up the iconic views of this magical archipelago  

  • Learn about the islands’ fishing heritage at the historic village of Å 

  • Stroll along the unspoilt sands of Ramberg beach 

  • Enjoy a delicious local lunch  

Our journey starts from Reine, one of Lofoten’s most famous settlements, located on the island of Moskenes. Driving out of town, we pass by the dramatic Reinebringen which, at 448 metres high, is one of the archipelago’s highest peaks. Soak up the sensational vista here over the fjord, which has been recognised as one of the world's top 10 most beautiful views. 

Heading north, we’ll follow the road on the inner coast, driving in between breathtaking mountains on one side and the sea on the other. See picturesque scenes of charming fishing villages clinging to the edge of mountains that rise out of the sea. This is Lofoten.  

Our first stop is Å, one of Norway’s best-preserved fishing villages, situated at the western tip of the archipelago. Learn more about its maritime past with a visit to the fishing village museum, where you can see traditional wooden boats, stroll around the old bakery, or take a look inside the home of a fisherman’s family. 

From here, we head along the outer coast for a quick photo stop at the charming Flakstad Church, the second-oldest church in Lofoten, before reaching the beach at Ramberg. On a sunny day, this 1.3km-long arc of pristine white sand will make you question whether you are actually 200 km north of the Arctic Circle. We’ll pause here for a delicious local lunch, before journeying back to Reine. 

Practical information 

  • Languages: English, French, and German 

  • Lunch is included 

  • Wheelchair accessible: Yes, but with limited access to some viewpoints