Manshausen Sea Cabin, a resort between the sea and the Northern Lights

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14 May 2019

In northern Norway, on a small island overlooking the Lofoten, lies Manshausen Sea Cabin, the resort of the polar explorer Børge Ousland.

In the northernmost part of Norway, far from the capital, there are still places untouched by man, reachable only on foot, along paths and dirt roads. 

At the end of one of these, on the small island of the Steigen archipelago, you can rest in a magical place called Manshausen Sea Cabin

This resort was built by Børge Ousland, the famous polar explorer who designed this place, especially for the most daring tourists.

This holiday resort does not offer rooms, but real cabins, each of which allows a stay in total contact with nature. In fact, each of them is half on the rock and half suspended over the sea, with large windows from the floor to the ceiling, which offer a unique view of the mountains of the Lofoten Islands, a few kilometers away.

Manshausen Sea Cabin | Collater.al
Manshausen Sea Cabin | Collater.al
Manshausen Sea Cabin | Collater.al
Manshausen Sea Cabin | Collater.al
Manshausen Sea Cabin | Collater.al
Manshausen Sea Cabin | Collater.al
Manshausen Sea Cabin | Collater.al
Manshausen Sea Cabin | Collater.al
Manshausen Sea Cabin | Collater.al
Manshausen Sea Cabin | Collater.al
Manshausen Sea Cabin | Collater.al

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