NO - Lofoten

The Lofoten Islands are an archipelago off the Norwegian Sea.

To know:
When speaking of the Lofoten Islands it is often to indicate the most emblematic islands of the Norwegian coast, which are actually south of the archipelago: Lofoten, Vesterålen and Senja.

When to go:
Lofoten are located beyond the Arctic circle. Despite this, the climate is characterized by rather mild temperatures mainly thanks to the Gulf Stream. The lowest temperature recorded in 2009 was -13.1 ° C on February 7, while the maximum was 26.6 ° C on August 3. The lowest monthly average temperatures in 2009 were recorded in the months of December (-0.8 ° C) and February (-2 ° C). Given the latitude, Lofoten are affected by the phenomenon of the midnight sun and considered an excellent observation point for the northern lights.

Territories and tourist destinations.
Island of Værøy
Main islands:
Hinnøya, Austvågøy, Gimsøy, Vestvågøy.
The most populated areas in the Lofoten and Vesterålen regions are Flakstadøy and Moskenesoya.
Instead Værøy is a small island about six hours from Bodø by ferry (via Moskenes) and about 2 hours by ferry from Moskenes.
Finally Røst.

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