The North Cape tourist area is located along the northern coast of the Magerøya island. The island has an area of 436 km² and its highest point, Gråkallfjellet, is 417m above sea level. There are almost no trees on Magerøya, with the entire island consisting of a barren, tundra-covered landscape with several bays. The main population centre is Honningsvåg, which lies in the south of the island. All cities and villages are essentially fishermen villages.
01 Saetervag lake 02 Saetervag lake 03 Saetervag lake
04 North cape lake area at 1am 05 North cape lake area at 1am
06 North cape lake area at 1am 07 North cape lake area at 1am
08 North cape lake area at 1am 09 Mageroya plains 10 Mageroya bay
11 Mageroya mountains 12 Mageroya mountains 13 Storstappen island
14 Archipelago north of Gjesvaer with Storstappen island 15 Archipelago north of Gjesvaer with Storstappen island
16 Lake on Mageroya 17 Skarsvag bay 18 Trail to Skarsvag promontory
19 Trail to Skarsvag promontory 20 Skarsvag rocky headland 21 Midnight sun shining on Skarsvag cape
22 Rocky landscape at midnight 23 Midnight sun shining on Skarsvag cape 24 Midnight sun shining on Skarsvag cape 25 Midnight sun shining on Skarsvag cape
26 Skarsvag bay at midnight 27 Skarsvag bay at midnight 28 Skarsvag bay at midnight
29 Skarsvag rocky headland 30 Midnight sun on Mageroya island 31 Mageroya island midnight sun view
32 Gjesvaer bay
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