Reine is known for its incredible scenery.
An alternative is to take a ferry to Svolvær (either a regular ferry, or the Hurtigruten), and then take a bus to Reine.
The village is small enough to be entirely walkable.
- Fishing village (At the back (North) of Reine). A charming group of traditional fishing houses. Free.
- Reinebringen (at the West of Reine). A trip to Reine is not complete without a climb to Reinebringen. Be aware that the path is not easy though, and very steep most of the way. Even worse, it was very much damaged after heavy rains in 2015, and the climb is now fairly dangerous (a warning has been issued at the beginning of the path). Count about 2h (one way) considering the current state of the path. Of course, once on top (almost 400 meters above sea level), the view is really amazing. Free.
- Small supermarket (in front of the harbor). Small supermarket. Expensive prices, and no much choice, but will save your life if you haven't brought enough food from the mainland.
- There is an ATM in the supermarket (hence available only when the supermarket is open).
- Blomster bringen. Nice café located just near the harbour of Reine. Good pastries and relatively cheap coffee and tea. Free Wi-Fi. 22 NOK for an espresso, 29 NOK for a tea.
Several accommodations are available in Reine. Be sure to book in advance if you come during the peak season (winter and summer).