Lofoten off the beaten track

Two houses 

- pier, boathouse and nature -

Enjoy the sea, mountains, fishing and spectacular nature in what we believe is Lofoten's most beautiful area. 

Pundslett is idyllically located in spectacular Austre-Vågan - endless hiking opportunities and far from mass tourism. Here you can walk in peace, enjoy the silence and really take in what the nature has to offer. 

The expericene starts as soon as you leave the main road E10 towards Digermulen and Pundslett. The road winds along the beautiful Raftsundet - the strait that connects Lofoten to Vesterålen. In all directions you can see mountain peaks or inviting small coves with chalk-white beaches. 


Spectacular - year round


Lofoten offers fantastic ski and randonee opportunities - many of them in our area. Start your adventure at sea level, enjoy the view on your way up and have fun skiing back down. With many options in the area you can easily do 2 runs in one day.


Digermulkollen, Snetinden, Breitinden and Keiservarden are some of the mountains you can climb in the area. Right behind us is Stortinden, also called Dronningvarden, named after our hiking-loving Queen Sonja. Regardsless of the peak and with panoramic views in all directions, you'll never get bored!


Cod, halibut, pollock, haddock, redfish, bream and herring all live in the sea around here, and therfore also possible to catch. Several of them even possible on a fishing rod from our jetty. 

If you would like to go deep sea fishing, we have local contacts.

Good luck!


Årsteinøya and Pundslett are perfect starting points for kayaking. The islands around Risvær and Svellingflaket offer endless kayaking experiences, as does Raftsundet with Trollfjorden, not to mention our local Årsteinkanal.