Lofoten, an archipelago in the county of Nordland, actually lies in the middle of the Arctic Circle. The sea is home to an abundance of life including the world’s largest deep water coral reef, thousands of sea birds, puffins, otters and moose.
Smögen was voted third on the list of the “Most Beautiful Villages in Europe.” With only 1,329 inhabitants, it is a quaint village with lots of charm. Smögen is well known for its long wooden pier which is filled with shops and bars housed in old fishing huts.
Protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Wadden Sea is largest unbroken system of intertidal sand and mud flats in the world. It is a flat coastal wetland environment that contains habitats with tidal channels, beaches and dunes.
Møns Klint are a 4 mile stretch of chalk cliffs that rest on the eastern coast of the Danish island of Møns, out in the Baltic Sea. The area surrounding Møns Klint is home to thick woodlands, breezy pastures, clear ponds and steep rugged hills.
Located in the center of the country, Siljan is Sweden’s sixth largest lake and one of the most beautiful places in Scandinavia. It covers an expansive 137 sq. miles. Part of Siljan’s splendor is that it was formed over 377 million years ago by Europe’s largest meteoric impact.