Moskenesøya is the southernmost island of the Lofoten archipelago. The terrain is mostly mountainous, with may bays and steep cliffs everywhere. Most settlements are on the eastern side of Moskenesøya. Reine and Å i Lofoten are two picturesque fishermen villages with red fishermen huts ("rorbuer" in Norwegian). Moskenesøya is perhaps the most touristy of the Lofoten island. The city of Moskenes has a car ferry connection to Bodø (4 hours trip).
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