What to expect on a sportfishing trip to the lofoten islands in Norway
Lofoten Islands fishing trips offer direct access to the open ocean and fjords, offering some of the best sheltered fishing around. Combine this with some of the best accommodation in Norway you'll come across as well as some of the best travel guides in Norway. You'll quickly find yourself in tip-top shape and can easily enjoy the fishing vacation of a lifetime. To round out an already fantastic holiday experience, plan your stay in a charming historic hotel with breathtaking scenic fjord vistas in Rolla. The hotel has been the heart of this fishing village since it was built in the early 19th century. Is a unique property that combines a downtown location, a historic building, and a renowned culinary restaurant. The hotel are close to boat rental services, fishing tours and guide services, varies activities and cultural venues. The hotel's breezy and comfortable rooms boast modern amenities and luxury. Traveling throughout Rolla is an opportunity to travel through history dating back to the age of the Vikings. So if you're looking for something special, a week in Rolla won't disappoint.
Plan for your holiday to the best locations targeting the biggest Cod and Halibut boat fishing in Norway
The Rolla fishing guides who run the destination have been fishing in Lofoten, Norway for many years, and have a wealth of knowledge and interest in Norwegian sea fishing. They make sure your vacation goes as smoothly as possible and want you to achieve your goals. Depending on availability, a free guided fishing day can even be arranged (please specify when booking). They come aboard your boat to show you their waters, techniques and more importantly how to safely handle giant flounder. They all speak fluent English and are your main contacts during your dream fishing holiday in Lofoten.
Rolla is an island in the municipality of Ibestad in Troms county, Norway. It has an area of 106 km2 (41 sq mi). The highest point is Drangen at a height of 1,022 m (3,353 ft). Rolla is connected to the neighboring island of Andørja by the Ibestad undersea tunnel.
By Roger K. Olsson