“Words can’t ever describe this place,” says Kari Anne Fredriksen who works as marketing manager at Hamn i Senja, an award-winning resort located on the west coast of Norway’s second largest island, Senja. Once a trading station and fishing village, the famous resort, named after the Norwegian word for harbour, is so overwhelmingly beautiful it was selected as Norway’s best travel product in 1995 – only a year after opening. Much has happened since then. Today, Hamn i Senja offers accommodation and food of a high standard, perfect for escaping that far too common everyday stress, combined with the widest spectrum of activities and nature experiences in northern Norway.