The breathtaking village of Reine is located on the island of Moskenesøya on northern Norway’s Lofoten archipelago.
With red and white fishermen’s huts dotting the shoreline and surrounding peaks of granite shooting out of the Reinefjorden, the village has earned a reputation as “the most beautiful place in the world.”
Reine is a characterless place but gosh, it looks splendid from above, beside its placid lagoon and backed by the sheer rock face of Reinebringen.
You get a great view from the head of the road that turns to the village from the E10 at the southern end of town. This is one of the signature Lofoten views you'll have seen on postcards across the archipelago – pray for some sun.