Lofoten Islands

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Lo′fo•ten Is′lands

(ˈloʊˌfʊt n)
a group of islands NW of and belonging to Norway. 63,365; 474 sq. mi. (1228 sq. km).
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INNTRAVEL (01653 629010 or see website www.inntravel.co.uk) 7nts s/c on Lofoten Islands, pounds 898p.p, incl scheduled London-Leknes flights, 3- days car-hire and pass to Museum of Lofoten Life, a reconstructed fishing village.
Encounter the dramatic scenery of the Norwegian coast and the stunning Lofoten Islands, plus the North Cape itself
P&O's Artemis sails from Southampton to Stavanger, Molde, Trondheim, Tromso, Honningsvag, Hammerfest, the Lofoten Islands, Bergen and Eidfjord on July 4.
Fly from Gatwick to Tromso then sail with the Hurtigruten coastal express through the Vesteraalen and Lofoten islands to Trondheim, keeping an eye out for the Northern Lights.
Depart Stansted on March 17 or 24 with Hurtigruten and explore Norway's Lofoten islands.
FLY from Stansted on March 17 or 24 and join a cruise around Norway's Lofoten Islands. Enjoy a sea eagle safari and a night in a traditional fisherman's cabin.
Lutsenko had built his victory by making a 33-rider split on the frenetic rolling opening stage on the Lofoten islands and then limiting his losses to Barguil on the short-but-steep Storheia summit finish on Saturday, before snatching it at the very last.
- Upstream companies see drilling in the Lofoten islands as crucial for maintaining petroleum production level in the coming years.
ENPNewswire-July 31, 2019--HURACAN EVO'S ADVENTURE IN THE LOFOTEN ISLANDS; Home Experience News Huracan EVO's Adventure In The Lofoten Islands
Leknes Lofoten Islands, Norway Kristiansund, Norway
So good news then from adventure sailing experts Rubicon 3 who have expanded their choice of departures to the Lofoten Islands this summer.
Within the last few weeks the Norwegian Labour Party, under particularly strong pressure from its younger membership groups, decided to withdraw support for drilling off the Lofoten islands.