Three things call for attention. The first is the Trollfjord to which there are boat trips in the summer when the southbound Hutigruten ship also passes through - hopefully not at the same time because it is unbelievably steep and narrow. it is banned except in the summer because of the danger, particularly in Spring, of falling rock.
The second is the tremendous mountain scenery. I had heard of the Svolvaer Goat, a massive rock promontory with two bits between athletes and perhaps lunatics jump but I had imagined that this stood alone. In fact there are several wonderful ridges with masses of snow.
The third is not really a natural wonder but is the connected island where the rorbuer are situated. I had never imagined from my reading the terrific volume of cod hung out to dry with scaregulls apparently being quite effective. Then there are the ex-warehouses and fish-processing centres. There is a long mostly constructed promontory into the sea with a statue on a small island at the end where it is said that a hwale can often be seen. I am sure it can but it did not come for us!