The location by the beach, with an uninterrupted view to the north and the midnight sun, makes it a beautiful experience. At some of the holes, the sea acts as a water barrier, while sandy beaches serve as natural sand bunkers. From mid-May through the end of July, the sun may be your constant friend in Lofoten Links. At the end of August, the course is one of the finest spots to see the northern lights. From the end of May until the end of July, the sun never sets! Lofoten Links is one of the few courses in the world that allows you to play golf in the sun for 24 hours, including up to 6 hours in the midnight sun! From the end of August until the middle of October, you may play golf during the day and see the Northern Lights at night. Lofoten Links Lodges are one of the greatest places to witness this natural light display.
Lofoten Links offers both Midnight Sun and Northern Lights packages for the golf traveller looking for something out of the ordinary and one-of-a-kind.
Featured Monte Rei Course
This Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course has been challenging players of all abilities and handicaps from across the world since 2007. Set against the backdrop of the Serra do Caldeirão mountains to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the south, the 7182 yard, par 72 course blends seamlessly with the surrounding landscape. Wide forgiving fairways weave through mature trees and valleys, creating a unique test on every hole alongside spectacular vistas.
The second course at Monte Rei, The South, will also be a Jack Nicklaus Signature course. The design has been completed by the Nicklaus team, following Mr Nicklaus’ site visit, and construction has now commenced. Please keep an eye on our News Section for regular updates.
The course is located at Hov on Gimsøy. Hov is an old Viking site with many ancient monuments. Among other things, there are two burial sites from the Viking Age on the field. Historians believe that the Viking chief Tore Hjort, who is mentioned in the Viking sagas, originates from this area. New Lofoten Links opened a new 18-hole par 71 links course on 4 July 2015 after a 3-year rebuilding and new construction of the facility. The season is from May 1 to mid-October each year. The course has become world famous due to its unique design and location so far north. Among other things, hole 2 has been named Norway’s best par 3 hole (Norwegian Golf, Aug 2016) and the course has received international recognition from several teams. The course gets a lot of attention in the book Planet Golf, Modern Masterpieces by Darius Oliver, where the course is highlighted as one of the big news in recent times.
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The Aurora Borealis lightshow in the winter and fall is said to glow brighter here than elsewhere within the Arctic Circle.
The clubhouse has lodging, a café, and a pro shop, and it is here that you may mix golf with breathtaking views. The course includes four distinct tees with varying course lengths. The course includes four distinct tees with varying course lengths, so most golfers, regardless of ability level, may enjoy playing it. This event is appropriate for people of all skills, from those who have never played golf before to those who are more experienced. For golf, the Lofoten Links was a sensory wonderland, with absolute ocean frontage and flawless 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains and out over the Sea to the neighboring islands from virtually every corner. Beyond the picture-postcard fishing villages and endless panoramas, what makes this part of Norway so remarkable is the two full months of 24-hour daylight in the summertime.
Lofoten Links offer accommodation in brand new and large high-standard lodges right by the beach at Hov. The lodges are north-facing with beautiful views of the northern lights and the ocean, which makes them a unique place in Lofoten. Experience all that Lofoten has to offer and enjoy the view of the midnight sun or the northern lights from the sofa corner and the warm fireplace back in the lodge. The venue works excellently for meetings and conferences for groups of up to 80 people. Horseback riding on the Icelandic horses on the farm is also very popular. Ideal for families that want to do something together. Each lodge includes three bedrooms with two beds and a tiny loft with the option of an additional bed, for a total of 24 rooms.
Each room includes a private bathroom with a shower and a WC, as well as being soundproof. Shared big living area with fireplace, living room, kitchenette, terrace, and spectacular views of the north and ocean..