Points of Interest
The Tørrfisk Museum in Å (south of Sørvågen) is the place to go to satisfy your curiosity about the practice of drying cod/stock fish in their thousands on high wooden frames out in the open. You can check the museum opening times and entry fees here, or give them a call (+4776091211): https://www.visitnorway.no/listings/lofoten-t%C3%B8rrfiskmuseum/125907/
Food & Drink
There are a few places to eat and get refreshments in Reine; the Reine Rorbuer (Classic Norway Hotel) has a great restauant serving delicious local cuisine. Alternatively, there's the Bringen Cafe, Vertshuset Lanternen Bistro opposite the convenience store, and the convenience store which sells a selection of groceries for a packed lunch, pastries, coffee and tea, along with a small selection of hot takeaway foods. Alternatively, you can pick up provisions en route from the supermarkets in Sørvågen if needed.
A short walk, but the weather here can change in an instant so make sure to bring a small backpack with raingear and a warm layer. A camera, water and snacks are also recommended.
Please see your information pack for a full list of recommended kit.