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Start summer in lofoten is a powerful!
Rent a car and take your way to visit the most beautiful islands in the north Europe.
Moskenes rent car in the arbor Moskenes it is a great company!
Visit the Å museum take a hiking around all...the mountains, have a relax on the beach
Listen the Nordic ocean!More
A nice bakery for a take away, though there were some tables outside as well. A small, though sufficient selection, coffee also available. We bought a cinnamon roll and something else (not bad, not special either) and walk by the beach to have a small...coffee break.More
They were so happy when I asked about vegan options, so they really are vegan friendly!
The vegan bun and pizza were lovely, even though the pizza didn't have cheese - really didn't need it! They also have vegan bread and other stuff, and they...bake everything in an old wood oven. My nonvegan companion said the cinnamon bun was the best he's ever eaten.
A bit pricey, but that's to be expected.More
As every products in Norway, hand-made bakery is not cheap in A in Lofoten. It's only open few months per year, when herds of tourists are invading the islands. So, when one want good food, one must pay for the cost of transporting products and...goods on these isolated islands to produce those delicious bread, buns and rolls, as well as maintaining the house in good conditions, including this historic bakery which deserves a visit - for free. Indeed, the bakery is part of the Museum village A. Lucky that tourists don't have to pay to visit the village, as seen elsewhere on the island. The baker was from Spain, and offered us extra buns. Later, on the ferry, we were happy to enjoy the smell of the cinnamon and chocolates in our breads, somehow our Proust Madeleine reminding the peaceful environment that reigns at the village when the shop is closed and the tourists are gone. After visiting, sign the visitor's book, and buy some buns. This contributes to pay the employee of the bakery, and to make there is still a village on this remote island.More
The cinnamon buns with walnuts and chocolate chips were suuuuuper delicious. A piece of heaven on earth! They do cost 49 kronen a piece (same price as the classic cinnamon bun) so it’s quite pricey.
The baguette with different kind of seeds was also very...tasty, but again, pricey.
They open at 9 and close at 3 in the afternoon. They are well known, so be sure to get there on time.More