Kabelvåg is a village in the commune Vaughan, County of Nordland in Norway. Located on the southern shore of the island Austvagoy, one of the Islands of the Lofoten archipelago.
Kabelvåg is situated a little to the South-West of Svolvær, the administrative centre of the commune Vaughan. The village was founded under the name of Vaughan in the early 12th century by king Øystein Magnusson, who built a Church and a hostel for fishermen. According to Circle the Earth at this place for several centuries previously, was first known in Northern Norway, a city known as the Vogar . Located in Kabelvåg Lofoten Museum, Lofoten Aquarium and gallery the Bark of Espolin Johnson .