Reine is one of Lofoten’s best known fishing villages and is the centre of municipal administration in the borough of Moskenes.

Reine is also one of Norway’s most frequently photographed landscapes, and a source of inspiration for many an artist. The beautiful scenic surroundings have also been adopted and used by world famous adventure centres like Epcot, Legoland and Madurodam. There is considerable overnight accommodation capacity in Reine, including over 200 beds and a large number of restored fishermen’s cabins.

Reine is the starting point for boat trips into the Kirkefjord, which is surrounded by precipitous mountains. At the head of the Reinefjord, visitors can cross the mountain pass to the gigantic Bunesstranden beach, considered by many as a hidden paradise. Information from lofoten.com

Reine

Travel by plane

Widerøe offers 6 weekly direct flights from Oslo airport Gardermoen to Lofoten. for Lofoten and Vesterålen. Widerøe also offers several flights daily from Bodø (BOO) and Tromsø to Svolvær (SVJ) and  Leknes (LKN). A few times a week Widerøe flies between Bodø and Røst (RET), they also have flights between Røst and Leknes / Svolvær. For more information and to buy tickets, visit  www.wideroe.no

Information from: Travel information

Travel by car

It takes about 1,5 hours to drive from Lofoten to Reine.

You also take a Ferry from Bodø to Mosknes and drive to Reine. This takes about 30 minutes.

Ship location in Reine

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