Islands, rivers, mountains and villages: holiday destinations from those in the know
The extreme northern coast of Norway is an unspoilt land of wonder, and the perfect place to enjoy the eternal dawn
A new activity resort brings guests right up against the wonders of the Arctic Circle, with floor-to-ceiling views over the fjords.
Knocking their Scandi neighbours, Denmark, off the top of the happiness index, Norwegians put their joyful outlook down to shared experiences, the great outdoors – and lots of country cabins
Unstad, located among the Lofoten Islands off Norway’s west coast, is an increasingly popular spot for Arctic surfing. The magnificent light conditions and turbulent waters in this wilderness outpost lure artists and sports enthusiasts alike. Instead of encountering sharks like in tropical waters, surfers in Lofoten are more likely to see a colony of sealsContinue reading “The world’s northernmost surf school – in pictures”
With ambitious emissions-reduction targets, support from government and the car industry, electromobility is on the verge of major expansion in Europe.
A picturesque Norwegian fjord was inviting enough for this Instagrammer to brave its icy water for a few festive lengths – and take these evocative images
Scandinavia’s great outdoors offers scenery on a gigantic scale, perfect for getting lost in on foot, two wheels or boat. Here are 10 of the best trips from our intrepid readers
Norway’s roadside architecture project, part of its National Tourist Routes, has led to the creation of bridges and viewing platforms that make every journey a tour de force – and more new designs are on the horizon
Swim in Sweden, drive in Norway and take a locals’ tour in Denmark or Finland. The best things in life aren’t as pricey as you feared if you’re ready to explore