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Despite the fact that it is situated on the Nordkinn Peninsula, the northernmost part of the European mainland and well within the Arctic Circle, the small fishing village of Kjollefjord enjoys relatively mild weather thanks to a mountain range that blocks the harshest conditions rolling off of the Arctic Ocean. Approaching cruise ships grant passengers a glimpse of Finnkirka, a distinctively dramatic cliff face and rock formation that may have been used by sailors, fishermen and the Sami people as sacrificial site. Leisurely explore the village’s shops and restaurants or venture farther afield with a local tour company; offerings range from snowmobile safaris that chase views of the Northern Lights to cultural outings that demonstrate the Sami way of life.
Currency: Norwegian Krone (NOK)
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