Farthest out on Skagenkaia Quay you can sit and dangle your legs, watch the eagles gliding past, the seagulls playing, and wait for the coley to bite. You will be staying right on the quayside, with rippling waves beneath the time-honoured floorboards and a hundred years of history in the walls. In the shipping agent’s building there are 7 charming rooms with a total of 13 beds, new bathrooms and a shared living room. In the stately Old Post Office there is a summer café serving delicious cakes and a restaurant where you can enjoy local, home-made food and good drink. History has been well taken care of here, and the house has been beautifully restored in collaboration with the Norwegian Cultural Heritage Fund. In Skagen there is excellent scope for excursions both in the mountains and out at sea. We offer rowing boats and bicycles for hire. Ecotourism is the very cornerstone of Skagen, and your hospitable hostess at Skagakaia has made significant contributions to the development of ecotourism in Norway.