Among shore highlights, we find the famous Saltstraumen – the world’s strongest tidal current with visible evidence of an exciting Stone Age heritage. We also find the old Kjerringøy trading post, beautifully located in a stunningly scenic landscape, and one of Norway’s best preserved and most important cultural heritage monuments from the 19th century. We also recommend visiting the Norwegian Aviation Museum – Scandinavia’s largest and most modern.
Located in Northern Norway’s second largest town, with a major airport with one-stop connections to most gateways in Europe, and the northernmost end of the Oslo-North Norway railway, Bodø is a great location for guests in search of adventures in fantastic natural surroundings, as well for logistical purposes such as resupplying by air, rail or sea.
With the port so close to the city centre (500m) there is also great opportunities for guests interesting in a city visit on their own, or to follow a city sightseeing by foot or by bus. It can all be arranged