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Lofoten Islands

To experience an Elopement in Lofoten, Norway, is pure magic...

The famous Lofoten Islands in the northern parts of Norway is an experience and an adventure of a lifetime

You are greeted by magnificent scenery, mountain peaks, fjords in Lofoten and on a good day you might see a killer whale

Norway makes it really easy for foreigners to get married within the country and if you have pre-arranged and got married at home, we do recommend a celebrant for the ceremony

Lofoten is easily accessible if you fly in via Oslo or Bergen. You continue with domestic flights to Bodø or Leknes, which is located in Lofoten

In Lofoten you have a choice of accommodation options, AirBnB is widespread. As a tip, feel free to choose a "Rorbu", which is the local name of a seaside cabin

Stay directly by the sea and just enjoy nature ...

Warning; be aware of the Midnight Sun.

In Lofoten the sun never goes down(in summer months) and in the middle of the night, you can see that the sun is still high in the sky

Lofoten is close to the Artic Circle and is also one of the best places to experience the Northern Lights

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Iceland

Landscapes out of this world, black sandy beaches, cute wooden churches, fields of green next to towering volcanoes and glaciers, long summer nights or dancing Northern Lights - Iceland truly sells itself as a fun and different destination wedding

Not only that, it's also a good location for a marriage proposal, or a honeymoon. Many people choose to have their wedding ceremony in Iceland, and then spend their honeymoon exploring the countryside

Iceland is ideally situated between North America and Europe, with a free stopover package for up to a week when flying between the continents. That makes Iceland especially ideal if the couple is from both Europe and North America and want to meet in the middle, or if coming from North America and planning on spending the honeymoon in Europe, or vice versa

Iceland makes it really easy for foreigners to get married within the country. However, there are some laws around it, and some paperwork will always need to be filled out

Both parties need to be at least 18 years old, and not already married. If one, or both have been married before then they will need to provide proof of divorce. All documents that are sent in will need to be original, and only need to have an accompanying translation if they are not in English or any of the Scandinavian languages

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The Land of the Faroe

The Faroe Islands

There are many couples each year that thrive on adventure and elope in this rugged scenery and choose the Faroe Islands as their destination wedding

The Faroe Islands encompass stunning mystery and breathtaking nature with majestic waterfalls and inspiring landscapes, perfect for your dream wedding

The Faroes also offer a deep and rich culture which mixes the best aspects of all the Nordic countries

Situated in the North Atlantic Ocean only two hours by plane from mainland Europe the 18 mountainous islands of the Faroe Islands offer 1,289 kilometers of coastline and a proximity of no more than five kilometers to the ocean from any point of the islands

The close proximity provides the visitor with a variety of experiences of nature – from dramatic landscapes meeting the wild ocean to the peacefulness of the mountains to the nightlife of the capital Tórshavn

Unspoiled, Unexplored and Unbelievable

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Aurland

Aurland, close to Flåm, in the Western part of Norway, a beautiful 2,5 hrs drive from Bergen - often referred to as The Gateway to The Fjords

Aurland is a small village situated in a clean natural, environment and boasts dramatic landscape and rich culture.

Aurland is a good starting point for experiencing Flåm, Undredal, Gudvangen and the Nærøyfjord. Enjoy the clean, natural environment and experience the incredible natural landscape this little village has to offer.

Aurland is situated by the Aurlandsfjord and the Nærøyfjord which is listed on UNESCO´s World Heritage List. The fjord landscape is beautiful no matter the season and Aurland is an easily accessible wedding destination all year

The name Flåm means 'small place surrounded by steep mountains'. The town of Flåm is true to it's name as it is found nestled deep in a tributary of the world's longest and deepest fjord, the 204 km long and 1308 meter deep Sognefjord

Surrounded by steep mountainsides, waterfalls and deep valleys Flåm is a wonderful base for a holiday in Fjord Norway

Aurland and Flåm is easily accessible whether you are travelling by car, boat, train or by bus - a perfect spot to Elope...

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The Geiranger Fjord

The famous Geiranger Fjord in Norway

The iconic Geirangerfjord is considered one of the most beautiful fjords in the world, and is included on the UNESCO World Heritage list together with the Nærøyfjord

The Geirangerfjord is one of Norway’s most popular natural attractions. The fjord is 260 metres deep while the surrounding mountains are 1600-1700 metres high. The fjord is also known for its spectacular waterfalls and deserted fjord farms high up on the steep cliffsides. The idyllic nature and the dramatic mountains will impress any visitor in the area

Fjords are symbols of the beauty of traditional Norway. Places where time moves in its own pace.

There are more than a thousand fjords in Norway, all along the coast. But most of the iconic ones – those you may have seen on the postcards, like the Nærøyfjord, the Sognefjord, the Lysefjord, and the Geirangerfjord – are located in Fjord Norway.

The fjords resemble still blue lakes, but consist of saltwater – they are prolonged arms of the seas, often reaching deep inland

Geirangerfjorden with the area close to Romsdalen, are fantastic and spectacular places to consider if you plan to Elope in Norway

Maybe a once-in-a-life-time stay at the famous Juvet, landscape Hotel

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Senja

The untouched peninsula of Senja in the northern Norway...

Senja and Dyrøy in many ways resembles a miniature version of Norway, offering spectacular nature and experiences for young and old alike.

The island is full of unspoiled and undiscovered gems, which are waiting to be enjoyed

You will feel genuine and pure pleasure when you experience the Northern Lights, whales, local food and the everchanging Arctic winter light in the winter or the Midnight Sun, the splashing of the waves, white sandy beaches and majestic mountain peaks in summer

At Norways second largest island Senja, as well as the lush municipality Dyrøy you can experience fresh air and nature in world class

Planning a wedding or an elopement? Senja has excellent facilities for those wishing to have a something special by the sea and, for that matter, near the mountains too

All year around you will find activities and experiences that will give you memories that will last a lifetime

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