“Most of our guests arrive in Tromsø by plane. 30 minutes later, after crossing over the Sandnessund Bridge to the
island of Kvaløya and passing through a tiny mountain pass we like to call ’Little Chamonix’, they arrive here at Lauklines right next to the fjord,” Andreas Nilsen explains. Together with his wife, Nilsen runs the small family business Lauklines Kystferie offering comfortable selfcatering accommodation in traditional fisherman cabins – or ’rorbuer’, as they are called in Norwegian. “We are focused on making your stay comfortable, but we’ll also hook you up with the most professional local activity providers.”