Storfjord municipality is a municipality in Troms and Finnmark county in Northern Norway, located between Lyngenfjord and Ullsfjord. The municipality has around 1850 inhabitants who live in a varied and beautiful landscape with mountains, valleys, forests, lakes and rivers. Storfjord municipality has a rich history and culture that is influenced by Sami, Norwegian and Kven heritage. The municipality also has an active business sector with both public and private actors, as well as a lively cultural life with festivals, events and voluntary organizations.
Storfjord municipality has many attractive tourist destinations that attract visitors from home and abroad. Some of these are:
Skibotn market: A traditional market that is held every year in June, where you can experience trade, entertainment, food and culture.
Skibotn star battle: A music festival that is held every year in August, where local and national artists perform on a stage under the clear starry sky.
Storfjord language center: A center that works to preserve and promote Sami, Kven and Norwegian language and culture in the municipality.
Storfjord museum: An open-air museum that shows how people lived in Storfjord in the old days, with old buildings, objects and activities.
Storfjord nature house: A center that conveys knowledge about nature in Storfjord, with exhibitions, activities and guided tours.
Storfjord municipality also has good public services such as schools, kindergartens, health center, library, care homes and nursing homes. The municipality also has a well-developed road network that connects the different villages, as well as an airport in Sørkjosen that provides good access to the rest of the country.
Storfjord municipality is a place where you can live a good life in harmony with nature and culture. The municipality has something to offer for all ages and interests, whether you want to live permanently or visit as a tourist. Storfjord municipality is a diverse and exciting place to live.
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