Reine and Haukland Beach - Lofoten Bucket List Tour

Lofoten is a special, iconic place of towering coastal mountains and small coastal communities. From Svolvær, to Haukland beach, to Reine, you’re in for some unforgettable views.

  • See iconic scenery in Lofoten, including spectacular Reinefjord, named as one of the world's top ten most beautiful views
  • Gaze in awe at Haukland, often named as Norway’s most beautiful beach
  • Admire majestic mountain scenery as we head towards Moskenes
  • Have a delicious local meal for lunch
  • Season

    Autumn, Spring, Summer (1 May - 30 September )

  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: Easy - suitable for most people

  • Duration

    7

  • Min. passengers

    10

  • Max. passengers

    90

  • Booking code

    HRI-SVJ12A

  • From

    279 €

Your tour begins in the largest of Lofoten's two towns, Svolvær. Admire views of Svolværgeita mountain peak that dominates the town and resembles a goat with horns. 

Heading south, 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. 

We’ll take an underwater tunnel to the island of Flakstad. From here, we follow the outer coast, where you’ll see the charming 19th century Flakstad church, the second oldest church in Lofoten.  

Close to the town of Ramberg is 1.3 km of pristine sandy beach. On a sunny day, the white sand and clear, turquoise water will make you wonder if you really are 200 km north of the Arctic Circle. We’ll pass dramatic mountain scenery as we continue further south, until we reach the island of Moskenes. Here, you’ll see small fishing villages, many with rowboats from the early 19th century.  

We’ll pass Sakrisøy and Hamnøy, along with many other small islands, on our way to Reine. One of Norway's best-preserved fishing villages, Reine has gained a reputation for being one of the world's most beautiful places.