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 Henningsvær Lighthouse

Henningsvær Lighthouse is located on the southwest side of Henningsvær facing the Vestfjord. From the lighthouse roof there´s a unique 360 degree view of the sea, Lofoten mountains and Henningsvær. The lighthouse was built in 1856, and has bee inactive since 1935. (An automated light structure stands in front of the old lighthouse.) It is 12.5 meters tall, and 23.1 meters above the high tide level. Since 1997 the light station has been available for vacation rentals. Every evening at seven forty-five meet the northbound and southbound Coastal Steamer (Hurtigruten) just outside.

Henningsvær Lighthouse operates limited rental at Henningsvær Lighthouse. This is a special place for special interests and can be rented with or without full service.

"The Venice of Lofoten" and one of Lofoten´s largest fishing villages, with approximately 540 inhabitants. Henningsvær is one of the most distinctive and idyllic fishing villages in Lofoten with the 942 metres high Vågakallen towering in the background.


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