Lofotens most dramatic landscape is in Moskenes. The sea flows directly to the foot of the wild mountains, shaped by glaciers and nature over centuries. Briges and roads connects the small islands together, crating the local community’s that live under the mountains, by the sea.
The nature here is among the world’s most wild and interesting. Moskenes is among the most photographed areas in Lofoten. The sea, fjords, mountains and small scenic communities creates the unique felling of Moskenes. This feeling continues to influence and inspire people to create, binding nature and culture irreversible together.
Welcome to the world's most beautiful islands and Norway’s most popular destination, Lofoten. Approximately 25000 people live in the municipalitys of Vågan, Vestvågøy, Moskenes, Flakstad, Værøy and Røst.
Lofoten is an archipelago located in the sea north of the Arctic Circle at the 67th and 68th parallels of latitude. Extending as a mountainous wall into the sea to the south west. Between the mainland and the Lofoten Islands is the Vestfjorden fjord. Lofoten is mountains and peaks, open sea and sheltered coves, sugar-white beaches and large areas of untouched beauty.