Here are some interesting links
to other Botnhamn related sites. Some of the sites are unfortunately only in
the Norwegian language.
Beautiful, idyllic Senja is Norway's second largest island (1569 km²) and is located at latitude 69 °N. Visitors to Senja may enjoy the sea, mountains, beaches, fishing villages and inland areas, all within a few hours’ drive. One of the world’s best fishing grounds and areas to observe the white-tailed eagle are right on your doorstep.
The Northern Lights Route
introduce its viewers to the fascinating and compelling qualities of
the northern regions. The web offers a glimpse into northern
The three Senjaferries
connect the islands of Vesterålen, Senja and the regions of Harstad.
The ferries are an entrance to extraordinary island-adventures.
The local small craft harbour is located next to the Ferry landing in
the middle of Botnhamn.
Once upon a time... there
was the largest troll in the world: The Senjatroll.
because of its idiosyncratic history and highly varied scenery, in
many ways a synthesis of Norway.
The largest city in Northern Norway.
Andøya is close to Senja and here you can do some real whale watching!
Sommarøy is located 58 km
from Tromsø and has a ferry link to Botnhamn every summer. Check out
Stile Ocean Safari and
Nature & Challenges
Tromsø golf course is the
northernmost 18 hole golf course in the world, North of the Artic
Cirle and within the borders of Tromsø.
The official pages of
Lenvik local council.
Senja Online is focusing on
the life, offers and possibilities there are on the beautiful island
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