Hamny, located in the Lofoten archipelago, is a little fishing community with breathtaking scenery. It’s widely regarded as one of Lofoten’s most picturesque locations. National Geographic and Condé Nast Traveler, among others, have featured photographs of Hamny’s red fishermen’s huts on the coast on their covers. The area is wonderful for a vacation because of its picturesque settings and the many outdoor pursuits. You may go fishing, see the northern lights or the midnight sun, and much more!
1. Activities Available in Hamny
2. Enjoy a Rorbuer stay.
3. Get some very breathtaking shots
4. Get a fishin' in
5. Participate in outdoor pursuits.
Hamny is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and thrill-seekers. Those interested in cycling may hire bicycles and cruise about the island at their leisure. The sheer quantity of paths accessible might be daunting to hikers and mountaineers. Tours that focus on viewing birds are also available.
Adrenaline enthusiasts may choose from various choices, including deep-sea rafting, kayaking, and scuba diving. You may book these trips via your hotel or online.
6. Hike up Reinebringen while you're in Reine.
7. The top-rated hotel in Hamny
Eliassen Rorbuer is the greatest rorbuer in all of the Lofoten Islands. Staying in one is one of the top things to do in Hamny. Some of the cabins at this resort on the Lofoten Islands are more than a century old and make it the oldest fisherman’s cottage resort in the area.
There are 35 cabins available in Eliassen Rorbuer. Those cabins once housed the many Norwegian fishermen who flocked to Hamny. All the homes have been updated recently and now provide modern conveniences such as high-speed Internet access. However, the furnishings transport guests to another era without sacrificing the original atmosphere.