Welcome to Beiarn
From 15 of July Norway is opening up for travellers from most European contries and we are waiting for you. National parks, great fishing, local food, exiting waterfalls or just silence in nature.
Choice is yours.
Find your home away from home. A good night sleep is always a great way to start your adventure. Nature is waiting just outside your bed.
Where to eat?
Have you ever tried møsbrømlefse? Its really the taste of Norway! Find your place to eat or bring your own food outside to the beautiful landscapes of nature.
Let us take your 1000 years back in time when you visit Norways northernmost stave church build by Magnus Stensland. This is a must see to your stay in Beiarn.
Beiarelva is a great river to explore if you`re into fishing. Due to glaciers its normally cold and big all season and the surrounding landscape is spectacular to stand in. Find your fishing adventure here.
Located just a short hiking trip from the road up at Beiarfjellet you can find a bench giving great views of our lush valley. Here you can enjoy a nice lunch in amazing landscape.
We have two national parks in Beiarn. Svartisen-Saltfjellet national park and Láhko national park. Both have wonderful nature landscape and offers an uniqe experience to the one who wants to visit.
Visit earth inside
Rønnåhøla is an open cave for all who wants to visit. 250 m from the road with marked routes its easy to find. Dont take anything away from the cave other than great memories.
At Storjord you find the tourist information with Sigve, Andreas and Elin. Open monday-thursday 10-16, friday and saturday 10-18 and sunday 11-17.
Please call + 47 475 18 022 / + 47 900 12 477 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and we will be happy to assist.
How to get here
Beiarn is located 100 km from Bodø city with air port, train and bus station. It takes around 40 minutes to drive from Rognan, E6, and the road name is FV812/813. You can also come by boat in the magnificent fjords.
Beiarn is a safe place to visit with lots of nature areas to stay in and service businesses doing their very best to make sure all guests and locals are safe.