Adventures are waiting for you at Littleisland Lighthouse
Summertime we enjoy the warmth from the midnightsun. We take fresh baths in the sea and immerse ourselves the wonderful smell of the crowberry heather that covers the island.
Walks at Littleisland
As you walk along the cultural path of the island you can see remnants of days gone by, people have been living here since the stone age and traces of their lives remains today.
The heartbeat of the earth
If you feel like listening to the heart beat of mother earth, you may visit the 40 meter deep cave, which is around 100,000 years old.
Read here about the history of the Lighthouse.
If you stay for some days and feel like a longer walk, we recommend to walk up the neighbouring island, Gaukværøy. It's a great place to climb to get a birds eye view on life. Together, the two islands Litløya and Gaukværøy, were a cultural centre in the sea from around 1500.