Located in the southern part of the Bellsund fjord, the Ahlstrandhalvoya site will take you back in time. The beluga bones lying on the beach are a reminder of the cetacean hunting carried out by the first explorers from the coasts of Norway. In a landscape of driftwood and trappers’ cabins, you will have many encounters: reindeer, barnacle geese and eiders blend into the pink and gold coloured tundra. Here, the beluga whales make the most of the Arctic summer to hunt their prey into the heart of the fjord. A nearby bay called Fleur de Lyshamna is also evidence of the history of former fishermen and whalers. Give free rein to your imagination in the heart of this majestic natural environment, where time seems to stand still.