Landmarks and Sights
The Slettnes Lighthouse is a prominent landmark on the windswept landscape, and the nature reserve is home to many rare species of birds.
According to legend, Finnkirka was an ancient sacrificial site for fishermen, seafarers and the Sami. Those sailing along the coast feared the stretch of sea past Nordkyn.
Cape Nordkinn 71°8’1”N
Reaching extreme points has always been a goal for adventurous people. Kinnarodden (Cape Nordkinn) is one of them.
The abandonded fishing village of Skjøtningberg is now a peaceful cabin and recreational area with a large and shallow beach.
World War II Coastal Fort
West of Gamvik's church, on the "Varen" hill, lie the remains of a German coastal fort.
Hopseidet is located between the Eidsfjord and the Hopsfjord. This narrow strip of land (isthmus) ties the Nordkyn peninsula to the mainland.