Nusfjord is one of Norway’s oldest and best-preserved fishing hamlets with a long-standing tradition of “Lofotfiske”, or seasonal cod fishing. 50 charming fishermen's cabins are the destination for many thousands of visitors who want to experience the authentic Lofoten each year. The fishing hamlet is an idyllic gem, crammed with history and superb buildings “packaged” in scenery – a living museum. As you walk around the fishing hamlet, you will find a protected power station, 4 protected fishermen’s cabins, the sawmill, smithy, various boathouses, a large, evocative cod-liver oil refinery, a shop that is a living museum in its own right, a unique restaurant with panoramic views across the fjord and a tiny inn with a big heart. Everything has been refurbished to its original condition.