Å Rorbuer

Brygga Restaurant
Lobby bar

Å Rorbuer is beautifully situated in Å, at the very end of the Lofoten peninsula with Lofoten’s most dramatic landscape. Glaciers and other natural forces have shaped the landscape, which is among the wildest and most interesting Norway has to offer. Here the mountains plunge straight into the sea, small bridges and embankments connect the large island with the small ones.

The story about Å

From the end of the 19th century

Å – what a place

Å is often regarded as the best-preserved fishing village in the whole of Lofoten. Å, together with the many other small villages along the coast, has been an important part of the history of Lofoten fishing. Many of the traditional rorbue were built at the end of the 19th century or the beginning of the 20th century to offer accommodation to the fishermen during the various fishing seasons.
Today you can find several restored buildings from the 19th century, and they are open to visitors.

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