The Lofoten Islands are known for excellent fishing, extreme and wild nature and small fishing villages. During the guided trip from Svolvær to Stamsund, you get to see sheltered bays, white sandy beaches and large, green farmland. The scenery, the special light and the fishing have attracted artists from both Norway and abroad for centuries.
Henningsvær is a charming fishing village with only 500 inhabitants. In the 18th century it was the most important fishing village in Lofoten. The beautiful harbour is also full of quaint local arts and crafts shops. Visit the Kaviar Factory, an international venue for contemporary art, before the bus takes you to Stamsund, where the ship awaits.