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Set in Skarsvåg, Norway’s northernmost settlement, this camping site offers cottage accommodation just 2 km from the iconic Kirkeporten rock. Excellent location if you plan to visit North Cape and/or take North Cape hike. Reindeer actually was running through camping territory during our stay, that was excellent experience.
Nordkapp Caravan og Camping overlooks the North Cape plateau, just 2 km from the world’s northernmost fishing village of Skarsvåg. The site offers cottages with kitchenettes and private bathrooms. Best location possible, right after the turn for the road to Nordkapp. Staff was friendly and helpful, we could charge our EV using a plug next to the room. Kitchen was OK. Exceptionally clean linen and towels.
Providing lake views, Midnatsol Camping in Skarsvåg provides accommodation, a restaurant, a shared lounge, a garden, barbecue facilities and a terrace. very nice location.there was a kitchen ,with all you need to cook!!! bathroom was ok and warm. our cabin was warm. there was a frigde as well.
Set in Skarsvåg, Cape Marina provides accommodation with free WiFi and TV as well as boat rental and other acitivites. Boats, fishing gear, fuel and overalls can be rented on-site upon request. What a lovely place! :) The apartment felt brand new and it is furnished in a stylish and modern way. The kitchen is well equipped, you can easily do your own meals there. While sitting at the dining table you can enjoy a magnificent sea view. Beds are comfortable with huge pillows and lovely fluffy blankets. The toilet and the shower are downstairs and you have to go out to reach them, but this didn't really bother us, especially since we visited the place in the summer. Staff was very friendly and everything worked well with them.
Located in the very North of Norway, Scandic Nordkapp is located in Honningsvåg. The North Cape Park can be reached within 15 km from the property. Location is great, breakfast was better than expected and the room was not bad, taking into account that the hotel is quite in a middle of nowhere.
Situated about 1.5 km from central Honningsvåg and the Hurtigruten Terminal Honningsvåg, The View features free WiFi, free private parking and a bike garage. The Mageroya island is not that big so this is an ideal location to scout the island here and there while having all the island's services at your fingertips. The hotel staff is beyond exceptional willing to make your stay as special as possible.
This hotel is next to the harbour in the coastal city of Honningsvåg, 35 km from the North Cape area. It offers sea views and rooms with satellite TV. I stayed here for 2 nights in July. The staff are lovely, wonderful people. They are more than willing to help or chat or even smile & wave, while busy conducting their daily routines. Plenty of parking, in a very beautiful & safe part of the world. Lots of photo opportunities in the nearby harbour. The room was “upmarket” basic. Perfectly comfortable, but with no “frills” usability. The tv in my room was HUGE & I even managed to watch some English soap-opera shows. Buffet breakfast was excellent.
Located in Honningsvåg, just 9 km from Hurtigruten Terminal Honningsvåg, Sarnes Seaside Cabins provides beachfront accommodation with a private beach area, barbecue facilities, a terrace and free... Most of all the location of the property by a very scenic lake makes for an amazing setting, especially in winter with the snow. As well, the host Yves was very informative, easy-going, and an awesome individual overall. This place would be perfect for larger groups of people as there were 3 rooms, a kitchen with plenty of cookware, two bathrooms, and plenty of space.
A good base for trekking and exploring, but there's not much here. The camping site has a restaurant and bar, and there's a cafe/gift shop in the village but be aware that doesn't sell alcohol if that's your thought. There's a breakwater you can walk along that offers good views out to sea.
We liked walking to Kirkeporten - the walk was easy and rather short, but the landscape is very beautiful. And we watched the reindeer everywhere in Skarsvag. We went to the small harbour and to the Christmas and winter house. You can buy nice things there and drink coffee or tea. In the evening we went to the North Cape. We watched a film there and looked at the exhibition. We wrote some postcards, as there is a post office there that sells special stamps. We didn't see the midnight sun, but the weather was dry. The next day we visited some other places near Skarsvag, first an interesting gallery in Kamoyvaer, where the artist told us about living here in the north of Norway, with the weather and nature changing around the seasons. We liked her pictures very much and we bought some prints. The other place we visited was Gjesvaer and we would have joined a bird-watching tour, but the weather was too bad - foggy and cold. In the afternoon we took some really nice fotos of the landscape and the reindeer next to the road. We enjoyed our stay in Skarsvag very much.
For many people, this small town is just a stop on the way to Nordkapp. Nordkapp is a commercial ... a circus for tourists ... Skarsvag is authentic it has its own climate and interesting history ... worth your attention ... and your interest in the place and the life of the people living there.
Excellent location if you plan to visit North Cape and/or take North Cape hike. Reindeer actually was running through camping territory during our stay, that was excellent experience.