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197 niðurstöður

Nýidalur - Iceland Touring Association

Mörkin 6, 108 Reykjavík ,

The huts in Nýidalur accommodate 54 people in sleeping bags. They are equipped with gas stoves, utensils and running water. There are bathrooms and showers in a nearby building. The campground is near the bathroom building.  

Reykir Reykjastrond Guesthouse

Reykir, Reykjaströnd, 551 Sauðárkrókur

Reykir is at the end of the road 748, Reykjastrandavegur in Skagafjörður. We have two natural hot pots, small café, guesthouse and camping. The area is very beautiful with  steep mountains and Drangey island rising up from the strong Atlantic ocean. You can enjoy the view from your walk around the area, or just from the hot pots. 

Activity Park in Reykjavík

Grafarvogur, Gufunesvegur, 112 Reykjavík

Activity Park, Fun Park and Thingstodoiniceland 
We specialize in team building exercises, day tours, VIP travels, exotic tours, film location hunts and corporate events. Our company is innovative and up to date in all our operations and has kept up its competitive advantage successfully since its foundations in the year 2000.
The Activity Park is an activity centre only ten minutes drive from the center of Reykjavík. It is situated on a large open space with organized playing fields, arenas and two mini golf courses.
The Fun Park in Smáralind is located in the largest shopping center in Iceland. It has recently been awarded the best indoor park in the world 2012.
ThingstodoinIceland is our day tour company. If you are looking for the essence of Iceland, let us tailor make your tour.
If you smile the whole world smiles back at you.

Please see the company web site for further information.

Kast Guesthouse

Lýsudalur, 356 Snæfellsbær
We opened our guesthouse in June 2011. We started with 16 rooms in our beautiful bequeathed family land surrounded by the ocean, mountains and of course with our horses, all the family being accomplished and passionate riders. In 2014, we inaugurated a new modern building with 11 beautiful rooms, increasing our capacity to 27 rooms in total. Kast Guesthouse is a family owner and run, with the help (only in high season) of very experienced individuals from all over the world who fell in love with iceland and what it has to offer, and are willing to give you their best advice and recommendations on what to do and see in their backyard.

Fáskrúðsfjörður Campsite

Hafnargata 12, 750 Fáskrúðsfjörður

The campsite is in a beautifyl location by a small pond. It is at the top of the village with good facilities. There are showers, electricity, toilets and waste disposal for mobile homes.


  • Adults: 2000 kr per person/per night + accommodation tax
  • Senior citizens and disabled: 1750 ISK + accommodation tax
  • Children: 0 ISK - Under 16 years old
  • Electricity: 1000 ISK per day

The camping ground is open between June 1st - August 31st.

Sólbrekka Mjóifjörður

Sólbrekka, 715 Mjóifjörður

Sólbrekka guesthouse/Café and cottages in Mjóifjörður are by road no. 953 The nearest town is Egilsstaðir, 42 km.

Two cottages located right below the house Brekka. Each house has sleeping place for 4-5 persons, a bedroom with double bed on the ground floor as well as a sleeping loft with space for 2. On the lower floor is a fully equipped kitchenette, kitchen table, sofa bed and sofa table. Made up bed accommodation. Hot tub on the terrace is available from June - September/October. Free internet connection. Beautiful view over the fjord. 

Sólbrekka guesthouse has 5 rooms (4x triple rooms and 1x family room for 6 persons), a shared kitchen and lounge and three bathrooms with showers. Sleepingbag- or made up bed accommodation is possible. Free internet connection is provided for overnight stays and use of washer and dryer. In front of the guesthouse there are outdoor benches, tables and chairs and a playground is close by. 

The camping site is on the lawn in front of the guesthouse and a possibility of electricity for RVs. Bike rental is at Sólbrekka and you can rent bicycles all day or part of the day. Great hiking trails in the area, some marked and hiking map for sale. Beautiful waterfalls, magnificent nature view and ideal berry picking in the fall.

Service hours:

Sólbrekka cottages open all year around.
Sólbrekka guesthouse 06.06. - 15.09.

Sólbrekka camping site 01.06. - 30.09.

Sólbrekka Café 10.06 - 20.08.

To see a 360° photo of Sólbrekka, please click here.

Reykjarfjörður Travel Service

Hornstrandir, 415 Bolungarvík

Reykjarfjörður in the Hornstrandir area offers breathtaking nature near the Drangajökull glacier, rich birdlife, peace and tranquility.

We offer both sleeping bag accommodation, made-up beds and a campsite. In the Old House we have 22 beds for sleeping bags, a common kitchen and WC. There is no shower in this hose. The "Love Nest" cabin sleeps 5 in made-up beds.

Our 20 m long geothermal pool and the adjacent hot tub are a real treat for tired hikers, or simply as a place to spend a leisurely day in this peaceful and breathtaking environment. 

Ferðafélag Fljótsdalshéraðs - Húsavík

Víknaslóðir, 720 Borgarfjörður eystri

A hut under the auspices of the Fljótsdalshérað Touring Club, situated at  Húsavík, the southernmost creek of the so-called Víknaslóðir hiking trail, south of  Borgarfjörður Eystri. There is sleeping bag accommodation for 33. The chalet is heated with a lumber stove and there is gas for cooking, as well as a shower and a WC. Camping facilities at hand. 

Gas for cooking, wc.

. Accommodation: 33 sleeping bags
. Operating time: Closed and locked during winter, wardens during summer
. Telephone: No telephone
. GPS: N65°23.68-W13°44.42
. Other facilities: Wood stove for heating. Gas stover for cooking. Toilets and shower. Camping place, coal grill (but no coals)


Flúðir Camping Ground

Hrunamannahreppur, 845 Flúðir

Great location by the riverside of Litla Laxá. The town Flúðir has been a popular destination for icelandic tourists as well as foreign tourist mostly because the area is known for good weather. The area has been called “the food chest of Iceland” because of the big growth in vegetables. The camp site has several service buildings with toilets and showers. There is also a washing machine and a tumble dryer. In the camp center (red house at the top of the hill) is a small store selling ice- cream, coals and other camp related products. There are also information brochures on most of the activities offered in south Iceland. In the area there is also wireless internet, big outdoor barbeque, a playground and much more. Running water and electricity is available in most of the camp site. The camp site is in a walking distance from the center of the village. In the village there is a grocery stoer, restaurants, bar, a swimming pool and a sports area. The area suits families best and the children enjoy playing in the river Litla Láxa and many short and long walks for experienced and non experienced hikers. During the summer time organized walk are offerd with a guide around some hidden gems in the area. Many other activities area available close to Flúðir. For example horse rentals, golf courses, river rafting and riverjet. There is also the zoo Slakki in Laugarás, music concerts in Skálholt and of course the popular Gullfoss and Geysir.

Hrafntinnusker - Iceland Touring Association

Mörkin 6, 108 Reykjavík,

The hut in Hrafntinnusker on the Laugavegur trail accommodates 52 people in sleeping bags. It is equipped with gas stoves, utensils and running water. Dry toilets are connected to the hut but not accessible from inside. Camping is on sand, gravel and snow and can be challenging due to extreme weather conditions. Campers have access to a shelter for cooking.  

Hellissandur Camping Ground

við Sandahraun, 360 Hellissandur

The campsite is located in a beautiful lava called Sandahraun. The area has a new service house with good facilities, including a kitchen, toilets, showers and washbins. There is electricity in the area.

The campsite is operated by the information center in Snæfellsbæ that is located in the next town, Ólafsvík, about 9 km distance from Hellissandur.

Many nice walking paths are close by and beautiful sandy beaches. The sunset seen from the camp site are beyond compare and the next door neighbour is the magnificent glacier Snæfellsjökull.

Rates 2022

Adults: ISK 1.700,-
Youth 14-16 years: ISK 500,- 
Free for 13 years and younger
Elderly and disabled: ISK 1.200,-
Electricity: ISK 800,-

Showers are included.

Árnes camp site

Árnes, Skeiða- og Gnúpverjahreppur, 801 Selfoss

Árnes camp site is in Þjórsárdalur valley where  you find many natural wonders, historic sites and diverse nature. 

The camp site has spacious green flat with 36 electrical connectors. Also, there are a good side areas including a flat right by the pool, which can accommodates smaller groups.  Toilets, showers and washing machine. Hall indore available for group gathering.  In Árnes you find a bistro and a café, farmers market, swimming pool, football field, hostel and a shop. Also the Þjórsárstofa visitor centre, a information centre and a multimedia exhibition about Þjórsá river and surrounding area.

Guesthouse Skeið

Svarfaðardalur, 621 Dalvík

Guesthouse Skeið is located in Tröllaskagi in a quiet place deep in valley Svarfaðardalur, surrounded by mountains and 18 km away from town Dalvík.

Tröllaskagi is a specially good place for those who want calm and peace. In Tröllaskagi and surroundings you can find interesting walking trails, whale watching, kayaking, horse riding, golf, ski resorts and many more. Tröllaskagi is a paradise for mountain skiers.

The guesthouse is located near many interesting places. For example it takes only 2-21/2 hours drive to Myvatn and Krafla and 1 hour to drive to Akureyri. In the winter time we recommend to be travelling by 4x4 cars if possible.

The camping site is accessible whole year round as long as weather condtions are acceptable.

Vopnafjörður Camping Ground

Hamrahlíð 15, 690 Vopnafjörður

Vopnafjörður Camping ground
At Lónabraut above the Brekkubær daycare centre.

The camping ground is situated in the hills in the centre of the village, offering a nice view across the fjord. It has WC, showers and running water. Grill facilities. All basic services within walking distance.

Price List
Charge for each tent: 700 kr./24 hours
Adult: 350 kr./24 hours (12 years old+)
Children: free
Electricity charge: 300 kr

Hlíð Travel Service

Hraunbrún, 660 Mývatn

Hlid offers different kind of accommodation:

Guesthouse / Hraunbrún: Sleeping bag accommodation in four beds rooms without private bathroom.  Shared well equipped kitchen, dining room, wc and showers.

Small huts: Private huts - 6 huts, 5  9m2 each with two beds, facilites - wc and kitchen available 50m away. 

Big huts-Apartments:  Summer houses - 50m2, sleeping 6 persons in 2 bedrooms and a sleeping attic, bathroom, kitchen and a livingroom with beautiful vista over the Mývatn area.

Hotel rooms:  Guesthouse - 9 double rooms with private facilities. Small lounge for making tea and coffee all day.

Camping place:  The Hlíð camping is conveniently located on the northern shore of lake Mývatn, by the village of Reykjahlid. It´s only 5 minutes walk from the Tourist info and supermarket. From the camping there is fantastic view over the lake and the lavafield. We offer good facilities for tents and trailers and electricity is accessible. Warm showers are free of charge for guests and laundry service is available as well.

Hlid offers all kinds of entertainment, such as bike rental, playground for children and barbeque.  It´s perfect  to rent a bike for the day and ride around the lake. The distance is 37km, mostly flat road, with great views of the area, lake and birds. There is also the possibility of hiking in the area. There are many different trails, for short or longer walks. We provide you all necessary information for these hikes. There is an information center for tourists in the area that is well worth visiting. There is also a swimming pool, nature baths, golf course , cafés, restaurants and bars.


Holar Camping site

Hólar Hjaltadal, 551 Sauðárkrókur

The campsite at Hólar is one of the most interesting campsites in Iceland due to the long history and the beautiful nature. The campsite is surrounded by forest which gives great shelter and a cozy atmosphere.

There are many hiking trails around Hólar, both for a short stroll as well as longer hikes. Hólar Cathedral is a popular tourist attraction and The Icelandic Horse History Centre is another. Hólar also has a lovely restaurant and a swimming pool.

Hofsós Camping Ground

Við Hofsósbraut, bakvið grunnskólann, 565 Hofsós

The campsite at Hofsós is a sheltered campsite with electricity, toilet facilities, cold and hot water, and a place to empty toilets.


While in Hofsós, enjoy a stroll around the lower part of town near the harbour, or view the amazing basalt formations at Staðarbjargavík.

The highly awarded swimming pool in Hofsós is a walking distance from the campsite. 

In Hofsós you will also find the The Emigration Center, and few minutes from Hofsós you can step into the past and visit the old times at The Vintage Auto Museum.

The campsites in Hofsós, Sauðárkrókur, Varmahlíð and Hólar are in collaboration. It is possible to stay the first night at one of these camp sites and pay less during the next night at the other camp sites. It is necessary to provide a receipt from the first camp site.

The campsite is open during the summer months from mid-May until mid-September.

Höfn Camping Ground

Hafnarbraut 52, 780 Höfn í Hornafirði

Höfn camping and cottages offers you a quality camp site all year round and sleeping bag accommodation in cottages during the summer. We offer good facilities for campers along with a beautiful view over the glaciers and mountains that surround Höfn. We are very well located in the town of Höfn and all services are in a walking distance from our camp site.

The camp site is next to the main road into town on the left side.  It is a short distance from all services in the town and only a few minutes walk form the swimming pool and a good golf course.

There are specific spots for mobile homes, good access to electricity, cooking facilities, wireless internet connection, washing facilities and a playground. 

Small cottages with made-up beds are also available from mid-April until October 15 (also possible to rent without bedsheets).

CJA camping

Hjalli, 650 Laugar

On the farm Hjalli in the valley of Reykjadalur only 2 km from the village of Laugar halfway between Akureyri and Myvatn you can find the small CJA campsite. There is a service house with toilets and showers in heated rooms but the kitchen/dishwasing room is unheated. The campground is divided into small private sections so it’s possible to book per eMail or on the phone, in advance or on arrival day. The staff is local and experts on the region and Iceland in general, ready to help you in any way.

To get to CJA campsite you turn from highway 1 on road 846 in the village of Laugar. When you have crossed the bridge you turn right. In the middle of the slope you turn right (south) again into a unmarked gravel road and drive to the end, about 2 km. There are camping signs on light-posts at the bridge and in the slope to guide you the right way. By the Sport center/swimming pool in Laugar there is also a sign/map.

For further information please visit our website or our Facebook site .

Árblik Café

Miðskógur, 371 Búðardalur

Sælureiturinn is a small Café that offers soup and bread for lunch, coffee and homemade pastries during the day. We have products from the farmers market and hand crafts from the region. There is also a campsite. 

Borg Camping ground

Borg, Grímsnesi, 801 Selfoss

The camp site is on four small lawns.  The camp site is for families and adults so there is a 20 year age limit unless travelling with adults.

The camp site has four restrooms, shower, good facilities to do the dishes, electricity and toilet for the diabled.  There is also a waste disposal for mobile homes.The swimming pool at the sport center in Borg is only a short distance away as well as a playground. 

Ferðafélag Fljótsdalshéraðs - Egilssel at Kollumúlavatn


Accommodation: 20 sleeping bags
. Telephone: No telephone
. GPS: N64°36.680 - W15°08.780
. Other facilities: Wood stove for heating. Gas stove for cooking. Dry toilet. Camping place.

Notice: The hut is locked the whole year. There is a key box and people need to contact the office for key numbers.  Telephone 354-863 5813

Varmaland Camping Ground

Stafholtstungur, 311 Borgarnes

The campsite is in the outskirts of the village Varmaland which is close to the geothermal area Stafholtstungur. At Varmaland there is a sports center that is open from late june to the middle of august. A swimming pool is in the sports center. The camp site is big and spacious with a playground and many hiking options in the area.

Rates 2021
Adults (16+): ISK 1.500 per person, per night
Children 15 years and younger: free
Electricity: ISK 900 per night

Básar Camping ground

Básar á Goðalandi, 861 Hvolsvöllur

The camp site in Básar is in one of the more beautiful areas in Iceland.  The natural beauty is vast and a lot of interesting areas are close by.  To name a few there is the volcanic site at Fimmvörðuháls, the volcano Eyjafjallajökull, the clacier Mýrdalsjökull and of course Thorsmork.  The Travel Association Útivist began operation in the area around 1980 and first finished tha camp sites.  The two cabins were built in the next few years.

There are many walking paths in the area.  The walking path Básahringur is for both small and big feets and there is a great view from Réttarfell. The cape Útigönguhöfði is good for those who want a little harder walk. The canyon Hvannárgil is a small adventure that is not to be missed.  The warden in Básar and the Útivist Offices in Reykjavík have a great walking path map that is good to have along.

When driving to Básar you turn from highway 1 onto raod 249 by the waterfall Seljalandsfoss.  The road changes to a mountain road F249 and is only for jeeps and larger cars with 4×4.  A few glacier rivers are on the way and needs to be crossed with great care since it can treacherous and the river flow can change very quickly.  

 The camp site is in a flat area close to the cabins and is covered by trees.  In the cabins there are toilets and there are also a coal grill next to it.

Opening time
Open during summer

Prices 2021:
Pr. tent:   ISK 2.000
Shower: ISK   500 

Eskifjörður Campsite

Strandgata 2, 735 Eskifjörður

This camping ground is in a woodland beside the Bleiksá river, just by the entrance of Eskifjörður. There are showers, lavatories, electricity, and a playground for the children. A tourist information center is located at the entrance of the Eskifjörður swimming pool, which is open all year round.

At this camping ground, you will find:

WC, hot and cold water, tourist information center (200 m), disposal of garbage, electricity, benches and tables, mountain view, playground, sports field (100 m), shower, swimming pool and hot tub (200 m), gym (200 m), restaurants and coffee shop (200 m), supermarket (1 km), gas station (500 m), walking trails, fishing boat rental (2 km), golf course (1,5 km), health care (800 m).

Open fire is not permitted, and dogs are allowed on a leash.


  • Adults: 2000 ISK per person/per night + accommodation tax
  • Senior citizens and disabled: 1750 ISK + accommodation tax
  • Children: 0 ISK - Under 16 years old
  • Electricity: 1000 ISK per day

The camping ground is open between June 1st - August 31st.

Hegranes Camping ground

Félagsheimilið Hegranes, 551 Sauðárkrókur

The house is about 270 square meters and can accomodate about 110 persons in seats.  Tables and chairs are available.  The house has four toilets, kitchen with a dishwasher, refridgerator, stove and a coffee maker. The house has mattresses and accommodation license for up to 20 persons.

Around the house is a big garden that is the camp site.

Rates 2016

Groupcamp site with indoor facilities (included is camp site, indoor facilities and electricity, cleaning costs extra):

Weekend:  65.000 kr
Working day:  25.000 kr

Við Faxa

Heiði, 806 Selfoss


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Ferðafélag Fljótsdalshéraðs - Hiking Club

Tjarnarás 8, 700 Egilsstaðir

The Touring Club of Fljótsdalshérað (FFF) is a member of  The Icelandic Touring Association. Every year FFF organizes and offers a variety of tours and trips. Scheduled information on the touring program can be found on our website,

The Touring Club of Fljótsdalshérað runs and operates six huts and lodges with sleeping accomodations. One in Kverkfjöll located in Vatnajokull´s National Park, two in Lónsöræfi at the edge of Vatnajökull Glacier and three in secluded inlets and fjords south of the remote town of Borgarfjörður eystri.

Norðfjörður Campsite

Egilsbraut 1, 740 Neskaupstaður

The camping ground is in a beautiful panoramic viewpoint near the avalanche defence structure in Drangagil, just above the street Víðimýri. On-site are showers, lavatories, electricity, playground, and a beach volleyball field. On and by the avalanche defence structure are many walking paths and from there you can enjoy the spectacular view over the village, the fjords, and mountains. Tourist information centre is at the entrance of Norðfjörður swimming pool which is open all year round. 

At this camping ground you will find: 

WC, hot and cold water, tourist information centre (600 m), disposal of garbage and waste, electricity, benches and tables, mountain view, playground, sports field, shower, swimming pool and hot tubs (600 m), gym (600 m), restaurants and coffee shop (600 m), liquor store (600 m), supermarket (1 km), gas station (1 km), walking trails, fishing, horse rental (6 km), golf course (6 km), hospital (300 m). 

Open fire is not permitted and dogs are allowed on a leash.


  • Adults: 2000 ISK per person/per night + accommodation tax
  • Senior citizens and disabled: 1750 ISK + accommodation tax
  • Children: 0 ISK - Under 16 years old
  • Electricity: 1000 ISK per day

The camping ground is open between June 1st - August 31st.

Hólmavík Camping Ground

Jakobínutúni, 510 Hólmavík

Hólmavík has a good campingsite. It is placed next to the swimming pool, sportcenter and the community center. The local grocery store is within 2 minute walking distance as well as a local crafts market. Hólmavík has a restaurant and a museum within fifteen minute walking distance from the campsite. There are marked walking routes in the area that offer a view of Hólmavík and its beautiful surroundings.

The campingsite has a WC facilities and a washing machine, dryer and electricity for campers and mobil home. You can also enjoy comfortable daytrips by car to other interesting places around Hólmavík. It is not necessary to book in advance for tents, campers and mobil home at the campingsite, but it is suggested if travelling with a big group of people.

Payment for the camping site is due inside the sportcenter:

Guests 14 years and older 1630 ISK
Connection to electricity 1045 ISK
Using washing machine 790 ISK
Using dryer 790 ISK

Guesthosue Grímsstaðir

Grímsstaðir á Fjöllum, 660 Mývatn

Guesthouse Grímsstaðir stands by crossroads in the highland, in the north of Vatnajökull glacier. In the old  farmhouse it is possible to have sleeping bag accomodations for up to 10 people, and also made up beds for 6.
Breakfast is optional. 
Grímsstaðir is located close to some of the most beautiful places in the North-east of Iceland. such as:
 • Dettifoss 28 km
• Mývatn 40 km
• Ásbyrgi 56 km
• Herðubreiðarlindir 60 km
• Askja 100 km
• Kverkfjöll 130 km

Camp site usually opens in late June and is open until 15. september.


Eyrarbakki Camping ground

v/Búðarstíg, 820 Eyrarbakki

The camp site is to the west of the village, to the west of the bridge Hafnarbrú. It is close to a bird sanctuary and to the sea.

Eyrarbakki is a friendly village by the south shore. The village boasts of a lot of history, well preserved old houses and beautiful nature. There are two museums in the village, one is thr folk museum for the county and it is located in a former dwelling place of the local traders. The other museum is the sea museum that is close by. Both museums are located in the center of the village next to the church. In the church is an altarpiece painted by queen Louise who was married to king Kristján IX. In the area is the well known restaurant Rauða húsið (e.Red house) and that is open for coffee or for dinner. A walk around the village is a must for guests visiting. In the walk you can see the old houses, visit the local crafts woman Regína or shop in the local markets and galleries. 

The long black beach near the village is an attraction and many who walk there. On the east side of the village you can see the large work of art called Krían (e. arctic tern) by Sigurjón Ólafsson. 

The camp site is located on the west side of the village in a quiet and comfortable environment with good walking paths to the village.

The camp site has cold and hot water, electricity and a playground for children. A new service house has been built with showers, washing machine and tumble dryer.

Opening time

15. May – 1. October

Hvanngil - Iceland Touring Association

Mörkin 6, 108 Reykjavík,

The hut in Hvanngil on the Laugavegur trail accommodates 60 people in sleeping bags. It is equipped with gas stoves, utensils and running water. There are bathrooms and showers in a nearby building. The campground is in the Lava field, often with good shelter when the weather is bad.  

Vaglaskógur Campsite

Fnjóskadalur, 607 Akureyri

Vaglaskógur Campsite has five sheltered camping grounds for tents, camper vans, RVs, travel trailers, and folding campers that all offer access to restrooms. There is good accessibility for wheelchairs as well as handicap accessible bathrooms on most camping grounds. All reservations are made through

Vaglaskógur forest has many interesting walking paths that trace through the beautiful nature of the forest. We have a wide variety of tree species that grow in colder climates. Many species of birds live in the forest, most notably the rock ptarmigan, common snipe and white wagtail. Information booklets are found at all camping grounds.

There is plenty of entertainment for the whole family close by, for example Akureyri (17km through Vaðlaheiði tunnel), swimming pool and mini-golf (12km) and golf (3km).

Price per night:
2000 kr per person
1500 kr for seniors and handicapped
1300 kr for electricity
Hot water for shower: 500 kr (coins) per 5 minutes
Washing machine/dryer: 500 kr (coins)

*It is possible to get coins from campground guards

Children 14 years and younger stay for FREE when accompanied by their supervisors. Without supervisors, the minimum age is 18 years.

A few points to keep in mind:
-On the camping site waste is recycled and we kindly ask visitors to do so during the stay.
-Cats and dogs are allowed on the camping site, but only in leash.
-It is possible to buy an adapter for trailers and camping vans.

Campground telephone: +354 860 4714

Á Camping Ground

Á, Skarðsströnd, 371 Búðardalur

The older camp site is located in a beautiful spot in a small forest near the rocks. The new camp site is close to the farm.

By the older camp site is a toilet and sinks with cold water only. Next to the new camp site is a new service house with 3 toilets as well as cold and hote water. It is also possible to get electricity as the camp site has 24 outlets.

There is access to a 100 square meter large old barn that has 10 tables and chairs, cooking facilities, microwave oven and hot and cold water.

This is in a beautiful location on the south of the fjord Breiðarfjörður. There are many beautiful walking paths.


Kolbeinsstaðarhreppur, 311 Borgarnes

We offer accommodation in 5 cabins and sleeping bag accommodation. Close by is the sea in walking distance and a path to an old volcanic crater (Eldborg). We are 25 minutes drive from Borgarnes and 45 minutes drive from Stykkishólmur. 

Hotel Breiðavík at Látrabjarg

Látrabjarg, 451 Patreksfjörður

The main reason why people stay in Breidavik hotel is the Latrabjarg bird-cliff. You can watch and take pictures of the Puffins very close, sometimes you can even touch them. You have to be very careful, because there is always a chance of falling down.

Nearby the hotel area there is a wide golden sand beach, a length of more than 5 km. Dunes and sand, winding streams and a number of birds is also impressive, so we highly recommend a few hours walk on the beach.

We have good news for a fishing enthusiasts. In the hotel area is a lake where you can fish. There are a lot of fish, you just need to catch it.

Breidavik and Latrabjarg is amazing areas for hikers. Watch a video below and you will understand why.

Please contact for prices and booking information.

Camping site Grímsey island

Vallargata, 611 Grímsey

The campsite in Grímsey is centrally located in the village, behind the swimming pool.

Guests of the campsite have access to wc and shower with hot and cold water inside the swimming pool.

Price: ISK. 1,500 per person / night. Free for children under 18 years old.

Stokkseyri Camping site

Sólvellir, 825 Stokkseyri

One of the musesum is the hunting museum with stuffed animals from all over the world.  The ghost museum is another museum where guests can walk around and hear ghost stories from the area.  The elf, troll and northern lights museum is also worth a visit.

The camp site in the village has been improved.  Toilet facilities, electricity and waste disposal added.  Electricity has been improved and more connections will be added before the summer season starts. A playground was also added for the children and a walking path to the center of the village.  A public bus goes to the village of Eyrarbakki and the town Selfoss regularly so other activities in the neighborhood are close by.

Við Fjöruborðið is a popular restaurant in Stokkseyri that is well known for lobster and other desirable courses.  The store Skálinn offers gas and groceries.  The swimming pool is small but cosy with hot tubs and a childrens pool as well as a water slide.  The pool is open all days during summer and with free admission for children younger than 18 years.  Many other recreations are available such as sailing kayaks and fishing in the river Hraunsá.


Viking Rafting

Hafgrímsstaðir, Varmahlíð, 560 Varmahlíð

Guide-owned, professional, personal, IRF-certified service specializing in all whitewater activities from scenic floats and challenging rapids to remote wilderness expeditions and guided kayaking. 

We are the newest face of northern Iceland's longest-running river rafting company, now 100% owned and operated by the same guides that take you down the river everyday! Our passion for paddling is stronger than ever, as is our commitment to providing all of our guests with the most fun and professional service in the industry. With more combined years on the river than any other rafting tour operator in Iceland, we invite you to join our smiling guides for the ultimate river adventure and the perfect compliment to your trip to Iceland!

Our revised menu of river adventure tours now offers the largest variety of whitewater rafting and kayaking tours in Iceland. From half-day family floats and full-day adrenaline-pumping whitewater, to multi-day rafting expeditions and custom kayaking explorations, we continue to dig deeper into Iceland's river wilderness than any other. Our door is always open, and we warmly welcome you to drop by, grab a paddle, and share a once-in-a-lifetime river adventure with Iceland's whitewater specialists! 

Hellishólar Travel Service

Hellishólar, 861 Hvolsvöllur

Hellishólar offers a 18 hole golf course with the rivers Þverá and Grjótá running through it. Surrounded by breathtaking nature, the golf course is both demanding and fun. Golf clubs and golfcarts are for rent. In addition, there is a driving range, pitch and put area and a par three mini course.  We also offer golf lessons for everyone, with special lessons available for ladies and couples. The school organises courses for 3 to 4 days which include instruction, accommodation and full board. All the instructors are highly qualified and the courses suit both beginners and those more advanced.

At Hellishólar you also find a horse rental, for individuals or groups, in association with our neighbouring farm, 2 km away. Guided tours around the area are available and suit people from any age group, skilled riders or first-timers.

Finally, Lake Hellishólar is well stocked with trout, with around a thousand rainbow trouts released into the lake each summer, weighing from 1.5 to 4 pounds. A large amount of oxygen in the water and good conditions make the trout being very lively. Fishing rods for children and grown-ups are for sale at Hellishólar.

Our restaurant and conference room can seat up to 180 people and features a large screen television, an overhead projector and karaoke equipment. It is an ideal venue for all kinds of gatherings, for axample birthdays, weddings, meetings and conferences. It also houses a regular restaurant over the summer season and is open from day till night. Our fabulous chefs take care of you, and offer anything from snacks to gala dinners. With all your arrangements taken care of, you can just sit back, relax and enjoy.


Þakgil Camping Ground

Höfðabrekkuafréttur, Mýdalshreppur, 871 Vík

Þakgil is located in a beautiful valley, surrounded by mountains, 20 km from Vík by road 214. These conditions make the weather in Þakgil  very mild and calm, and a lovely little freshwater stream trickles though the camping site and in front of the houses.

The common dining room is in a cave that can be lit up by candles and heated by a fireplace in cold evenings. Hiking routes to interesting places of variable difficulty are all around, including to the glacier.

The campsite has brand new WC and shower facilities with an outdoor sink for dishwashing.


Hotel Vatnsholt

Vatnsholt 1-2, 803 Selfoss

Vatnsholt is a beautiful farmstead that has recently been completely renovated. The view from Vatnsholt is one of the most expansive in all of Iceland, with clear view of landmarks such as the islands of Vestmannaeyjar, the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, and the well-known mountains of Tindfjöll and Hekla. Vatnsholt is conveniently located 70 km from Reykjavik with an easy access from the main highway.

The facilities include made-up beds, living room, kitchen and shared bathrooms. Larger groups will enjoy the use of the dining hall, kitchen and two bathrooms. Also on the premises are a sundeck, grill, a hot tub and a playground area with the highest quality play equipment.

In addition to the hotel we now offer a brand new camping area in Vatnsholt, opened on June 1, 2021. The camping area is located next to Hotel Vatnsholt and guests can enjoy all that the hotel has to offer, for exsample footballgolf, football, outdoor play area, fishing in Villingholtsvatni, kayak rental, bike rental, restaurant, bar, pool, dart and more.

In addition to all that, both children and adults are sure to enjoy our eclectic collection of farm animals, which includes dogs, horses, rabbits, chicken, sheep and cattle. 

We look forward to welcoming you to our farm, and hope that you will enjoy experiencing farmlife and our animals, as well as the exquisite beauty of the landscape.

Húsavík Camping Ground

Héðinsbraut, 640 Húsavík

The camp site is in a great location. From Húsavík is a short distance to visit some of the most popular attractions in Iceland such as the waterfall Dettifoss, Mývatn lake and Ásbyrgi.

A good camp site in Húsavík, a walking distance to the swimming pool and grocery store. There is cooking facilities, two showers, washing machine and toilets. there is also free internet connection.

For rates visit 

Hagavatn - Iceland Touring Association

Mörkin 6, 108 Reykjavík ,

The small hut near Langjökull glacier accommodates 12 people in sleeping bags at most. There are no cooking facilities on site and no drinkable water can be found near the hut. There is an outhouse near the hut.   

Guesthouse Kiðagil

Barnaskóla Bárðdæla, 645 Fosshóll

Open for events all year round. Made up beds and sleepingbag accommodation available. Please contact for prices and booking information.

In the middle of the valley Bárðardalur, about 23 km from highway no 1 is the camp site located.  If you are arriving from the highland it is about 20 km after descending from Sprengisandur.

There are many beautiful waterfalls close by such as Goðafoss, Aldeyjarfoss and Hrafnabjargarfossar.

The camp site is in a peaceful and quiet spot. There are toiletfacilites and showers as well as access to electricity.  There is also a playground and a football field.

Fljótsdalsgrund Guesthouse

Végarður 2, 701 Egilsstaðir
A cosy guesthouse with 10 rooms and a Restaurant, we also have a 120m2 huse that we call The Villa that can be rented. We have a large Camping site with access to wc and showers 24/7, playing ground, barbecue area and possibility of renting a hall for up to 160 people for larger gatherings. We are located about 7 km from Hengifoss waterfall, in the heart of Fljótsdalur.

Borgarnes Camping ground

Granastaðir við Borgarbraut, 310 Borgarnes

Campsite with WC, BBQ, electrical outlets, hiking trails, bird watching and unique atmosphere in the evening sun.

Granastaðir is a beautiful campsite in Borgarnes close to highway no 1 on the way north out of the town. 

In the neighbourhood, there are stores, banks, gas stations, restaurants, coffee house, playground and a football field, golf course, swimming pool, bar and a post office.

The age limit is 20 years old. Reservations for groups more than 15 camp units. Open wifi on the spot free of charge

Rates 2021
Adult (16+): ISK 1.500 per person, per night
Children, 15 years and younger: free
Electricity: ISK 900 pr night

Uthlid Iceland Cottages

Bláskógabyggð, 806 Selfoss

 Catch the rainbow

Úthlíð is a rare gem to be found in largely unspoiled Icelandic landscape. It is located centrally from most key locations, only an hour drive from Reykjavik, 25 min from the national park of Þingvellir, 10 min from the famous Geysir hot springs and only 15 min from Gullfoss.


Úthlíð offers unique combination of services: 

  • Cottages for rent, various sizes and types
  • Swimming Pool with hot tubs and shower
  • Grill Bar and Restaurant
  • Camping site with grill facilities
  • Convenience store and a Gas station
  • 9 hole golf course
  • Horse rental for shorter and longer trips
Golf course name: Number of holes: Par:
Úthlíðarvöllur 9 70


Horserental - 7 person max pr. tour - bookings: Tel.: +354-699-5500
Shorter guided horse riding tours offered on request.

Click here to book a house.

Please contact for further information.

Glamping & Camping

Herjólfsdalur, 900 Vestmannaeyjar

Our houses are located in the amazing nature of Herjólfsdalur. There you can hike up the mountain surrounding the glamping site, where you can see lots of the birds, including Puffins.

We offer two types of houses.  

The barrel house has two areas; a bedroom with two seperated beds and a living room decorated in a "Home sweet home" style.  The A-house has one area with two seperated beds.

There is electricity in the houses but no running water or kitchen unit.  There is fride in all the houses. There is very good service house on site, which includes 4 toilets, shower, kitchen unit, a washing machine and a dryer. There is a playingground for children on site.

See the price here below.

he swimming pool is located 300 meters away and the golfcourse 200 meters. Dog's are not permitted in Herjólfsdalur.

Pricelist for 2016

  • The Barrel is 9.900 krónur pr.night for 2 person without bedclothes.
    > Bedclothes can be rented for 1.600 krónur pr.set.
  • The A-House is 7.900 krónur pr.night for 2 person without bedclothes.  
    > Bedclothes can be rented for 1.600 krónur pr.set 

For further information send us an email

Mosskógar Camping

Dalsgarður 1, 270 Mosfellsbær
Mosskógar is a lovely organic farm just 15 mín drive from the center of Reykjavík. We run a campingsite from 1 March to 15 December, and a farmersmarket every saturday from the beginning of July tó the end of september. The farm is just off road no 1 on the road to our National Park, Þingvellir and the Golden circle.

Ásbyrgi Visitor Centre, Ásbyrgi

Gljúfrastofa - Ásbyrgi National Park, 671 Kópasker

Gljúfrastofa is the Visitor and Information Centre for the Northern Territory of Vatnajökull National Park. The visitor centre also houses a souvenir shop. The interesting exhibition on geology and the nature of Jökulsárgljúfur canyon and its environs graphically informs guests about plate boundaries, volcanism, biospheres and habitats, the power of glacial floods, the formation of Ásbyrgi canyon, and the interaction of humans with the might of nature. Considered by many to be the country’s best exhibition on Icelandic nature, it interactively allows the visitor to feel, smell and try out the assorted objects. The Visitor Centre is a perfect starting point for those who plan to visit Jökulsárgljúfur and its surroundings. Interesting natural attractions within Jökulsárgjúfur are Ásbyrgi, Hljóðaklettar, Hólmatungur and Dettifoss.

Opening hours 2023:
Jan 16 - Apr: 11-15 Mon-Fri
May: 10-16 daily
Jun - Aug: 9-17 daily
Sept - Okt: 11-16 daily
Nov - Dec15: 11-15 Mon-Fri 

To visit our website, please click here .

Dalbær Travel Service

Snæfjallaströnd, 401 Ísafjörður

Please contact for prices and booking information.

Hjalli Travel Service

Kjós, 276 Mosfellsbær

Campsite with wc/shower facilities and access to electricity.

Open whole year round.

Many interesting places around to visit.

Setberg Travel Service

Setberg, 350 Grundarfjörður

Landmannalaugar - Iceland Touring Association

Mörkin 6, 108 Reykjavík ,

The hut in Landmannalaugar, at one end of the Laugavegur trail, accommodates 78 people in sleeping bags. It is equipped with gas stoves, utensils and running water. There are bathrooms and showers in a nearby building. The campground is near the hut area. Campers have access to a shelter for cooking.  

Reykhólar Seabaths

Vesturbraut 2, 380 Reykhólahreppur

The Seaweed baths introduce a cosy blend of health and relaxation while enjoying a great view of the sea and countryside. At Sjávarsmidjan we welcome our guests to a traditional atmosphere in an old workshop that has been restored to preserve its characteristics. Our guests have the possibilities of combining both the seaweed baths and café or just simply relaxing over a cup of coffe and waffles with an intriguing view of Breiðafjörður. Guests also have the possibility to rent swimwear and towels, which makes it easier for anyone who passes by to drop in with out much notice.. The Café offers a simple menu with drinks and waffles alongside products from the nearby region and in connection with sea and seaweed.

Flateyri Camping Ground

Söluskáli N1, 425 Flateyri
The town Flateyri is a typical Icelandic fishing village that has based its income and survival from the sea. In Flateyri travelers will find all the service they need. Swimming pool, sports hall, shopping and restaurants are all within 5 minutes walking distance from the camp site. The camp site is located right below the avalanche protection wall. The inner area of this wall situates a sheltered area for outdoor recreation and grilling facilities. From top of the Avalanche wall, the view is breathtaking over Flateyri and Önundarfjörður.

Kópasker Camping Ground

Austurtröð 4, 670 Kópasker

The camp site at Kópasker is just by the entrance into the village. The service house has two sinks, shower and a toilet and is very visible from the road. The camp site is below and is sheltered from wind from all directions except the south.

The camp site has a coal barbeque, electricity and an area to hang clothes out to dry. There are also picnic tables.

In the village Kópasker there is a health care, a pharmacy, a bank, a store, a wine store and a mechanic. You will also find a museum just outside the village. Also a 9 hole golf course, playground and much more. Many nice walking paths are nearby and visible on a map on the camp site. When the weather is good there are seals lying on the shore and you will also find rich bird life in and around the village.

Blágil - Skaftárhreppur


The mountain hut in Blágil is located 15 km south of Lakagígar. The hut has sleeping bag facilities for 18 people. There are kitchen and dining facilities and the hut is heated with gas. The toilet is located outside the hut. Outside the hut, there is also a camping area. The hut is open for booking all year round.


Kleppjárnsreykir, 320 Reykholt í Borgarfirði

Hverinn-Sælureitur í sveitinni is a travel service offering accommodation, restaurant, camping and a small travelers store with a farmer’s market corner.

Camping Site

The camping offers 100 places for tents and campers including 60 with electricity. Available services: WC, showers, washing machine, dryer, playground, outdoor barbecue, sludge disposal camper, car wash.  

Rates 2019:
Adults: kr. 1.500,-
Free for 13 ára years and younger
Electricity: kr. 1.000,-
Wasching maschine: kr. 500,-  
Dryer: kr. 500,- 
Hobbit camping houses, accommodation in small tents in a green house: kr. 2.000,-

Hobbit Camping Houses

Do you want to camp in a green house? Our new “hobbit camping houses” welcome you. They are warmed up with geothermal heat from our hot spring. Ideal for Icelandic weather that can be stormy, cold and wet. 


There are five x double rooms for rent that have a shared kitchen, bathroom, living room with TV and a porch with hot tub and then there is a garden. There is also one triple room with private bathroom.


An apartment 42 sqm of size with a living room with double sofa bed, bath with shower and a kitchen, two bedrooms with two single beds in each room, sleeping four persons.

Hot tub and Swimming Pool

A private hot-tub is available to room renters and the local swimming pool is only a 2 minute walk away.

Dalvík Camping Ground

Svarfaðarbraut, 620 Dalvík

The camp site is by the southern entrance into the town (when arriving from Akureyri).  The camp site is next to the sports area, school and the swimming pool.  Around is a lot to do for the children such as football, basketball court and a playground.

At the camp site there is hot and cold running water, showers and toilets. The service house has facilities to wash dishes and cook. There is also tables and chairs.

The camp site has toilets and showers for the disabled. It is possible to get access to a washing machine, tumble dryer and to dry shoes. There is also running water to fill the water tank of mobile homes and waste disposal.

The age limit is 18 years unless travelling with adult supervision.  Our staff will come to the area and charge fees, you are welcome to camp in the area as soon as you arrive, even though an employee is not in the area. Please contact us at telephone  (+354)6254775 to pay for your stay, if no one has contacted before you go.

Opening time:
15th of may – 15th of september.

Price 2024:
Adults: 2.450 kr
Children: Free for 14 years and younger
Senior citizens and the disabled: 1.500 kr
Washing machine: 800 kr
Tumble dryer: 800 kr
Electricity: 1.300 kr
Lodging tax: 333kr per sleeping unit  

Djúpivogur Campsite

Vogaland 4, 765 Djúpivogur

Djúpivogur has a fine camping place in midtown with all basic services within the span of 500 meters. The village offers various recreational possibilities, e.g. a new swimming pool, a 9 hole golf course, interesting museums, and walking trails. A trip to nearby Papey by boat is a tempting option in summer.  

The campsite has a great view over the harbor.  All service in the town is within 500 meters from the campsite.  There is a lot to do in the area.  A new swimming pool is in the town, good 9 hole golf course, many walking paths and also the possibility to go sailing to the island Papey.


The service for the campsite is at Hotel Framtíð.

Kerlingarfjöll Highland Resort

Kjölur 35,

Kerlingarfjöll are one of the natural pearls of Iceland, located in the highlands, between the Glaciers Hofsjökull and Langjökull. The area is accessible by road no. 35 (Kjölur road) from both north and south, from Kjölur road the access is via road F347.
The Kerlingarfjöll area, being area of approx. 100 KM2 is a mountain cluster, rising 500 – 700 M above the surrounding central highlands plains. The mountains are standing on a large system of calderas, which was active some 70.000 – 300.000 years ago.

The area can be described as a cluster of rugged mountains with steep hills and sharp lines, that due to their age have not been affected by the eroding forces of the nature. Within the mountain cluster there are geothermal areas that are amongst the larger in Iceland.
Rhyolite and obsidian are types of rocks that characterize the appearance of some of the mountains, making the area extremely colourful and heaven for those who wish to hike or spend their time in landscape not frequently seen elsewhere.
The Kerlingarfjöll highland resort, offering accommodation ranging from sleeping bag in dorms, to accommodation in double bed rooms with private facilities and shower. The resort has fully licenced restaurant.

The camping site is located on the banks of the river Asgardsa in the valley Asgardur that is in the northern part of the mountains.

The site has showers and a steam bath. The steam bath is located 1km from the camping site. Also there is a playground for the kids.

Fossatún Pod Village

Fossatún, Borgarbyggð, 311 Borgarnes

The Fossatún Pod Village is a new kind of accommodation that consists of camping pods with sleeping space for 2-3 persons at a reasonable price. The pods are sleeping bag accommodations with access to bathrooms, showers, hot tubs, BBQ and kitchen and dining facilities. Bed linen can be rented if guests do not have sleeping bags. The Pod Village is in the center of the Western Region of Iceland and therefore convenient to travel from in different directions to explore the area.

Básar in Þórsmörk - Útivist Touring Club

Office: Laugavegur 178, 105 Reykjavík,

GPS: N 63°40,559 / V 19°29,014 
In Goðaland - wc, outdoor grills, camping area and a mountain hut.

Supervisor, tel. +354 893-2910

For further information, please click Básar hut (English).

Egilsstaðir Campsite

Kaupvangur 17, 700 Egilsstaðir

Camp Egilsstaðir is a well-situated campground in the middle of a small town called Egilsstaðir. The supermarkets and restaurants are within walking distance. Places you might want to visit like the waterfall Hengifoss, the amazing Stuðlagil Canyon, and Vök Baths are easily found and within 1-hour drive from our Campsite.

For the last few years, Camp Egilsstaðir has been able to provide one of the best camping services which include 24/7 open facilities where guests can access bathrooms, showers, washing and drying machines, and more. The campground is also popular in the off-seasons as it is open all year round, 24/7.

To improve your Camp Egilsstaðir experience we have made our facilities more accessible and spacious. In 2022 our kitchen facilities have been expanded so you can choose now between cooking outdoors and indoors, in the common room. We have now more toilet facilities and the large common room is open 24/7!

From 2021 you can book and pay for your stay online which is very important to do in high season. In low season it is also possible to pay with a card in our self-service pose or with cash in our honesty box if the reception is closed.

Come and stay at our campground on your way around Iceland. It is also probably the happiest campsite in the country!

Prices for the campsite can be found here on Camp Egilsstaðir website and you can also reserve your spot by booking online.

Egilsstaðastofa Visitor Center is located at Egilsstaðir campsite. It provides information about traveling in the Egilsstaðir area and about the available services. Find out more at Camp Egilsstaðir's website.

Geysir Camping Site

Geysir, Haukadalur, 801 Selfoss

The camping place is by the famous pearl of nature, Geysir.  It is located across from Geysir Glima restaurant and coffeehouse and the Geysir store.  The camping place is peaceful in a beautiful nature and in a walking distance from the hot springs area, the forest Haukadalur woods and all the services offered in the area, restaurants, hotel, golf course etc.

The service house has showers, toilets, washing facilities and waste disposal and next to it is a children playground. There is electricity in half of the camping area but the other half is only for tents. 

Cycling, hiking, glacier tours on Langjökull glacier, natural hot spring swimming, highland tours and horseback riding are among the activities that guests can find nearby.

Opening time:
15th of May to the 15th of September

  • Camping is paid in the service house upon arrival.
  • Traffic of motor vehicles is not allowed between 24:00 – 08:00.
  • At midnight the area must be quiet.
  • Do not cause damage to the nature
  • Garbage must be put in garbage containers
  • Electricity must be paid in the service house before use
  • Breaking these rules might result in expulsion from the area.
  • Geysir camping is not held responsible for the properties of the guests.
  • The children are at the responsibility of the adults on and off the playground.


Berufjörður, 765 Djúpivogur

In Fossárdalur sleeping bag accommodation with cooking facilities is at hand, as well as a camping site. The guests stay in a separate house, situated at a distance of 600 m. from the farmhouses in Fossárdalur (Cataract River Valley). There are six rooms in the house: four suitable for four persons, one triple room and one double room. There are doubled beds in three of the rooms.

No food or beverages are provided at Fossárdalur. Restaurants and coffee shops can be reached at the village Djúpivogur, which is about fifteen minutes drive away.

The landscape is quite extraordinary. Rocks are abundant and hiking possibilities range from easy to quite demanding. The river Fossá, which runs through the valley, is adorned with some twenty-five waterfalls, each with its particular charm, meriting a closer inspection. A four-wheel track running close to the river and the waterfalls leads further into the valley.

The landscape is quite extraordinary. Rocks are abundant and hiking possibilities range from easy to quite demanding. The river Fossá, which runs through the valley, is adorned with some twenty-five waterfalls, each with its particular charm, meriting a closer inspection. A four-wheel track running close to the river and the waterfalls leads further into the valley.

The campsite is in a sheltered area surrounded by mountains.  It is spacious and possible to accommodate large groups.  It is possible to accommodate both a large number of small tents as well as large mobile homes.  A small creek is by the campsite that the children love to play around in.  The campsite is ideal for those who want peace and quiet in beautiful nature.  The area has diverse walking paths and beautiful waterfalls in the river Fossá.

Toilet facilities are in the service house as well as hot and cold water.  It is also possible to connect to electricity although the number of connections is limited.

Vogar Camping Ground - Vogar Travel Service

Vogar, 660 Mývatn

Our camping grounds have plenty of space and guests are welcome to park their car next to the tent/camper.  Indoor toilets and hot showers are included in the price. We also offer access to outdoor kitchen sinks. Dogs are only welcome when kept on a leash. If you have stayed with us for three nights in a row, the fourth night is free of charge!


Berunes, 766 Djúpivogur

The Berunes family invites travelers, wishing to slow down, to join them for a while. Berunes has one of the oldest and most renowned HI Hostels and a small Campsite. The popular Berunes Restaurant is open all summer and offers a good selection of drinks from nearby breweries and local seasonal ingredients from land and sea. 

Guests choose between authentic rooms with shared bathrooms, private rentals of the Old Family House, and few tiny, yet comfortable cottages, ideal for families.

Activities include hiking up the hills for a view over the fjord and experiencing the rich birdlife along the coast. Here you will find the perfect setting for nature to thrive, a few minute's walks to the beach and a backdrop of mountain ranges. 

Relax, enjoy the remote location and treat yourself to the renowned breakfast and regional cuisine at the Restaurant & Bar. Berunes can be your base when exploring the magical East.   

At HI Iceland, we strive to meet and exceed the standards expected of us as a leader in sustainable travel. We take an active role in promoting sustainability within our community and we lead by example, and by good actions and practices in our operation. 

Check out our website for more information -

Tungudalur Camping Ground

Tungudalur, 400 Ísafjörður

The camp site is about 900 m away from Skutulsfjarðarbraut. Bunárfoss passing through the area and divide it into two parts, the second part is intended for campers, caravans and trailers and the other part is intended for tents. The area has good access to electricity, smooth surface and the area is very sheltered in. There are two service buildings. The upper house is the reception, toilets and showers. Lower house was built in 2011, is to find women and men grading, showers, bathrooms with shower deemed disabled and washing machine and dryer. There is also a kitchen with hob, microwave, toaster, pressure cookers and dining area.  There is also a playground for children. 

Rates per night 2024:
1 adult = 2450 ISK
1 senior (more than 65) = 1500 ISK
Children (younger than 15) = free
Electricity= 1300 isk
Tax: 333 isk

Hot showers are included. 

Our washing machine works with coins: ISK 1100 wash, ISK 100 dryer (per 6 minutes), ISK 100 powder.

Álftavötn - Útivist Touring Club

Office: Laugavegur 178, 105 Reykjavík,

GPS: N 63°40,559 / V 19°29,014 
In Lambaskarðshólar in Skaftártunguafrétt. Accommodates 20 persons, WC. 

For further information, please click Álftavötn web page (English).

Svínafell Tourist Service

Svínafell, 785 Öræfi

24 beds per night are available in log cabins, from 1st May to 30 September each year

We have 6 small cabins each housing 4 people. Each cabin contains two bunk beds, a basin with running water, electric kettle, cutlery and crockery for up to four people.
All Guests have access to the Campers Service Building facilities next to the cabins. Where there are minimal cooking facilities, showers and toilets, a dining room with enough tables and chairs to seat 80-90 people
6 beds per night are available in the Main House all year round.
At Svinafell, we offer sleeping bags places available, for 6 people. In the basement conversion of the Main Farmhouse, there is a three bedroom flat containing one bunk bed in each room (120 cm and 80 cm). Access to a bathroom with shower and a kitchen with the essential cooking equipment and crockery.

We offer two types of camping at Svinafell.
We have 8 camping areas at the back of the reception that accommodate 6-8 tents in each flat area, well suited for small groups and families. There are toilets and basins with running water short distance away (100m).
Alternatively there is a larger area on the other side of the Campers Service Building, well suited for bigger groups of travellers. All guests get free use of the Campers Service Building next to the cabins.

All Guests have access to the Campers Service Building facilities next to the cabins. Where there are minimal cooking facilities, showers and toilets, a dining room with enough tables and chairs to seat 80-90 people.

The camp site and the service building are open from 1st May to 30 september

All guests have access to coin-operated washing machine and dryer through the Reception. There is also a small room with washing lines to hang your washing.

At the Reception you can buy products made from wool and other crafts made in the region. The ever-popular jumpers knitted from Icelandic wool, as well as socks, mittens and much more.

Our staff is very willing and able to give tourists any information for any service, leisure activities, accommodation in the area and anything else that people might need to know.

In 1999 the cabins were built and soon after the Campers Service Building was erected between the cabins and the Larger Camping area that same summer. All visitors have free access to the service building, were there are some cooking facilities i.e. gas hobs and pots and pans (best to bring your own). The Dining room has tables and chairs that can seat 80-90 people. Toilets and showers are also available.
The Campers Service building is open from 1st May to 30th September.

Súðavík Camping Ground

Túngata 20, 420 Súðavík

Opened in 2005 the fully serviced and spacious Súðavík Camp Site is a family favourite for Icelanders and Foreign tourists alike.


Located in the „old village“ of Súðavík the campsite is just meters from the famous Raggagarður Free Family Park where locals have donated their time and energy in the creation of a family play area with activities for all the family, from toddlers to grandparents, complete with a service hut and great outdoor BBQ facilities.

The campsite offers direct access to a variety of walking and hiking trails, including the iconic Kofra mountain as well as into the village of Súðavík its self where a grocery store, bank, post office and the famous Arctic Fox Centre can be found. By road the main Westfjords town of Ísafjörður is just 15 minutes along the number 61 road to the West, while traveling to the East takes you through the magnificent fjords of Ísafjörður Djúp to Hólmavík.

We look forward to seeing you this summer.

Sæberg HI Hostel

Reykjaskóli, Hrútafjörður, 500 Staður

Halfway between Reykjavík and Akureyri, you will find Sæberg Hostel located just 1 km off highway no. 1 in Hrútafjörður. Set in a renovated farmhouse by the sea, Sæberg Hostel is one of the HI network of hostels in Iceland and is ideal for those looking for a peaceful countryside setting to reload the batteries away from the hustle and bustle of the world.

Guests can relax in the hostel’s outdoor hot tub, which is heated with the geothermal water from the local hot spring. The more active ones can explore walking paths along the shore and up to the moor to enjoy the wild bird life which includes the usual suspects such as Eider and Arctic Tern (in season) as well as less common ones such as the Great Northern Diver or even the White-tailed Eagle. Within walking distance of the hostel, guests can find the local historical museum with popular exhibitions that uncover the daily life of past generations in the area.

Apart from guestrooms accommodating 2-6 people, cottages with self-contained kitchen facilities and toilets, accommodating 4-5 people each, can also be rented at the hostel. A camping ground is also located near the hostel.

Guests should note that the next grocery shops and restaurants are located 15 km away from the hostel. It is therefore advisable to arrive equipped with food supplies, especially if travelling without a car. Guests arriving at the hostel by bus should indicate Reykir as the name of their destination. 

At HI Iceland, we strive to meet and exceed the standards expected of us as a leader in sustainable travel. We take an active role in promoting sustainability within our community and we lead by example, and by good actions and practices in our operation. 

Reykjavik - Dalur HI Hostel

Sundlaugavegur 34, 105 Reykjavík

Newly renovated and comfortable hostel in Laugardalur Park, next to the city's largest geothermal pool and Reykjavík Campsite. Excellent facilities for groups of all sizes, families and individuals alike. It is only 3 km from the city center, which is easily reachable by foot, bike or bus #14.

Choose between wide range of private rooms and 4-6 bedded dorms, most are equipped with private bathroom. Linen is included.

Our cozy family friendly Dalur Cafe has local food, craft beer and some great coffee with homemade cakes. There is free WIFI all over and fully equipped kitchens.

As our guests you have complemantary access to laundry facilities.

Reykjavik - Dalur HI Hostel offers free luggage storage upon arrival and departure. Dalur hostel – cafe – bar hosts various events a few times a month, such as swap markets, arts and crafts nights, concerts and many more. All events are free entry and welcome to all. Also there´s happy hour every day between 5PM and 6PM.

We are at the reception to help you out with anything you need; give you the local scoop on our quarky city and arrange your excursions, with pick-up as well as free parking.

Reykjavik - Dalur HI Hostel is Quality & Eco Certified Hostel, run by a non-profit organization. Our aim is to contribute towards an ethically conscious and sustainable style of travelling that increases peoples’ knowledge of their environment and cultural values in all parts of the world. 


Skaftafell Visitor Centre, Skaftafell

Skaftafellsstofa , 785 Öræfi

Skaftafellsstofa is an information and education centre where visitors can find answers to their questions about the Skaftafell area, along with information about hiking trails, accommodation and nearby recreational options. The centre has an exhibition room with a film about the soutside of Vatnajökull National Park.

At the campsite there is WC, (also for the disabled), running water (hot & cold), shower, gift shop, cafeteria, coach service, service station, walking paths, hiking guide, outdoor grills, and washing machine. Exhibition showing the geology of the National Park. Service station close by and various other opportunities. For information ask at the service desk.  The camping ground is open all year round

Participant in VAKINN Iceland tourism's official quality assurance organization

Álftavatn - Icelandic Touring Association

Álftavatni, 851 Hella,

The huts in Álftavatn on the Laugavegur trail accommodate 72 people in sleeping bags. They are equipped with gas stoves, utensils and running water. There are bathrooms and showers in a nearby building. The campground is further towards the lake.  

Ólafsvík Camping Ground

Hvalsá, 355 Ólafsvík

Located at the Ólafsvík municipal boundary. Toilets, shower, hot and cold running water, cooking facilities, facility to empty waste tank and connection to electricity.

The area is flat and with a fence around it. It is about 10 minutes walk into town and 15 minutes walk to the swimming pool. There are many good walking paths in the area.  The camp site is operated by the Tourist information center that is located in town.

Rates 2022

Adults: ISK 1.700,-
Youth 14-16 years: ISK 500,-
Free for 13 years and younger
Elderly and disabled: ISK 1.200,-
Electricity: ISK 800,-

Showers are included.

Hotel Leirubakki

Landsveit, 851 Hella

Leirubakki is an old manor farm in South Iceland, only 100 kilometres from Iceland’s capital, Reykjavík. Today the farm boasts a new hotel and an outstanding restaurant, in addition to facilities for meetings and conferences.  It is also an information centre for tourists and hosts the Hekla Centre, where one can enjoy an innovative and stylish exhibition on Iceland’s most famous and active volcano, Hekla.

Hekla is a massive, lofty mountain, 1,491 metres high, towering over the district to which Leirubakki belongs.

Leirubakki also has a camping ground and horse rentals, arranging horseback-riding trips lasting from one hour up to many days.  It is possible to purchase fishing permits at Leirubakki: the farm is located on the Ytri Rangá river, one of the main salmon rivers in Iceland, where over 14,000 salmon are caught each summer.

A wide variety of other services are available for purchase at Leirubakki, and the staff of Hotel Leirubakki can readily make additional arrangements depending on the needs and wishes of one and all.

Camping site is open from May until the end of September.



Stafafell Travel Service

Lón, 781 Höfn í Hornafirði

 Please contact for prices and booking information.

Hnjótur Travel

Hnjótur Örlygshöfn, 451 Patreksfjörður

Hnjotur guesthouse is located in West Fjords in Iceland, nearby the famous bird cliff Latrarbjarg. For birdwatchers and photographers alike, Latrabjarg the 441 meter high cliff is one of a kind as it stretches up to 14 kilometers. Literally packed with birds no wonder it claims to inhabit one of the largest bird population in the world. If you love bird watching don’t forget to book a room at Hnjotur on your trip to Iceland.

Our opening dates can vary significantly depending on demand and weather condtions.

Please contact for prices and booking information.

Ferðafélag Fljótsdalshéraðs - Geldingafell


Accommodation: 16 sleeping bags
. Telephone: No telephone
GPS: N64°41.711-W15°21.681
. Other facilities: Wood stove for heating. Gas stove for cooking. Dry toilet. Camping place.

. Notice: The hut is locked the whole year. There is a key box and people need to contact the office for key numbers.  Telephone 354-863 5813

Ólafsfjörður Camping Ground

Strandgötu 2, 625 Ólafsfjörður

The campsite in Ólafsfjörður is located next to the sports center. Next to it is a small pond with a lot of bird life and small fishes that the children find very popular.

 The campsites are normally open from May 12th to October 15th.

 Phone for information during the summertime is tel: +354 663-5560


  • Adults: ISK 1.400
  • Senior citizens and handicapped: ISK 1.200
  • Free for 16 years and younger
  • Electricity: ISK 1.200
  • A complimentary ticket to the swimming pool for each visitor 


Fjósar, 370 Búðardalur

Dalahestar horse rental is a small, family owned business. We offer personalized tours for individuals or smaller groups. Our main tours are alongside the beautiful river Laxá and down to the black sandshores of Hvammfjörður fjord and a beach tour that goes further into the fjord with the possibility of seeing seals as well as the white tailed eagle. 

Please contact for tours and booking information. 

Hotel Laugarholl

Bjarnarfjörður, 520 Drangsnes

Ghosts, trolls and sorcerers

To Icelanders the Strandir region is wrapped in an aura of mystery. According to lore it’s not only home to ghosts, elves and trolls, but many thought witchcraft was rampant here, used for both good and evil.
Hotel Laugarholl is a peaceful and comfortable family-run country hotel located in the green and sparsely populated valley Bjarnarfjordur, perfectly situated for exploring the remote and beautiful wilderness of mysterious Strandir.

We have single, double and triple rooms with private or shared facilities, a cosy living room with free internet access and a restaurant with special emphasis on fresh and tasty homemade local food as well as global cuisine.

Next to the hotel you will find The Pool of Gvendur the good, a naturally warm geothermal outdoor swimming pool (32°C) and adjacent natural hot pool (42°C), perfect for relaxing after a long day on the road or hiking in the wilderness.

The camping site is open from 1. June - 1. September

From Reykjavik 258 km, from Stykkishólmur 190 km, from Ísafjörður 250 km, from Akureyri 360 km.

Þórshöfn Camping Ground

Miðholti, 680 Þórshöfn

The camp site is high in the village in a peaceful location.  All services is in a walking distance.   The facilities at the camp site are good with tables, benches, toilets, electricity and a spot for caravans and mobile homes.

In the sportcenter Verið, only a short distance from the camp site, you will find a swimming pool with hot tubs, a sports field and a gym.  There is also an information center as well as a washing machine, tumble dryer, a hot spot and internet access for tourists.

In the village of Þórshöfn you can find the following services, a healt care, a pharmacy, restaurant, fast food restaurant, grocery store, shop, a gas station, car garage, tire garace and a postoffice and a bank.

For mobile homes there is an electricity and waste dispsal.

The surrounding are offers a wide variety of enjoying the outdoors such as walking trips, bird watching, seeing the shore and much more.  At Stórakarl by Skorubíkurbjarg is one of the best view over the cast area for birds. A new viewing platform was installed in 2014 where you can now view the birdlife in a unique way.

Urðartindur Travel Service

Norðurfjörður 1, 524 Árneshreppur

Urðartindur is a family run guesthouse and camping site in Norðurfjörður, in the Icelandic Westfjords. Occupying a stunning position amid fertile farmland at the head of the fjord of the same name, the views are dominated by the mountain Kálfatindar (646m) to the east.

The Urdartindur camping site is located at Nordurfjordur. It has a spectacular view over the fjord and surrounding mountain ridges. Not far from the site you’ll find a sandy beach where you can listen to the sea while the kids play in the sand.

Rates in campsite 2023

Rates for adults: 1.500 ISK
Rates for children, 15 years and younger: Free of charge.

Electricity: 1.000 ISK
Charger for cars 


June 1st – September 15th

Thorlakshofn Camping site

Skálholtsbraut, 815 Þorlákshöfn

The approach to the camp site is from Skálholtsbraut.  The camp site is located next to the sports center and the church.

The camp site has a service house with three toilets and facilities to wash the dishes.  Next to the swimming pool is a football field, playground and the sports area.

The area has okey facilities for the disabled with the area being flat and there is also a toilet for the disabled.


Ásbrandsstaðir, 690 Vopnafjörður

Ásbrandsstaðir is near the sea on the north side of Hofsárdalur, about 7 km from the village of Vopnafjordur. From the Ring Road, take road nr. 85 to Vopnafjordur; in Vesturárdalur take road nr. 920 over the hill into Hofsárdalur. If you come over Hellisheiði on road nr. 917, turn left on road nr. 920.
We welcome you to come and stay at our summerhouses, which are either for 2-6 guests or 2 guests, and the campsite facilities follow. 

Two cottages are in Ásbrandstaðir. One summer cottage has accommodation for up to six guests with a good kitchen area and washroom. A washing machine and drying lines are in the nearby service house, both inside and outside. There is a beautiful view from the sundeck. The other summer cottage is for two guests and has a washroom. 

The campground at Ásbrandsstaðir offers all necessary conveniences, such as electricity, a cooking area, laundry, toilets, a shower, and play equipment for children. The local golf course is not far and guests may rent golf clubs from us.  Very fresh water down from 70 meters is in the taps for drinking.

The last area postal delivery man in Iceland was Runólfur Guðmundsson, who lived at Ásbrandsstaðir. His father, Guðmundur Kristjánsson, was also “land-postman”. In memory of them, we plan to set up a small exhibit here at Ásbrandsstaðir. Certainly, the work of the area postmen was often extremely difficult as they struggled to deliver the mail in spite of opposition from nature and weather. Travel was either by horseback or on foot over mountains and wilderness areas.

  •     -    Summerhouse/guesthouse
  •     -    Campground area
  •     -    Peaceful
  •     -    Beautiful surroundings
  •     -    Historical farm
  •     -    Variety of walking trails
  •     -    Walking path with diverse birdlife

Open all year around.

Skógar Camping Ground

Skógum, 861 Hvolsvöllur

The camp site is by the waterfall Skógarfoss.  Skógarfoss is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in south Iceland and is next to highway no 1.

Price list 2020:
Adults (13 and older) per night: ISK 1500
Shower: ISK 400

Sauðárkrókur Camping Ground

Skagfirðingabraut v/ sundlaugina, 550 Sauðárkrókur

A service house is available at the campsite with hot and cold water, showers, toilets and it is accessible for the disabled. Electricity is also available and disposing of waste from a mobile home.

All major services are close by, such as a geothermal swimming pool, stores, restaurants, pubs, and recreational activities.

The campsites in Sauðárkrókur, Hofsós, Varmahlíð and Hólar are in collaboration. It is possible to stay the first night at one of these camp sites and pay less during the next night at the other camp sites. It is necessary to provide a receipt from the first camp site.

The campsite is open during the summer months from mid-May until mid-September.


Hveravík, 511 Hólmavík
In Hveravík is a campsite where we can receive 20 caravans or touring cars. There are good facilities for cooking and eating inside. Large hot tub 2x8m where you can enjoy the view of the fjord, showers are both outdoor and indoor. It is an option for guests to order food for groups 10 to 20. Cooked from materials from the sea or the surrounding countryside.

Reyðarfjörður Campsite

Búðareyri 7, 730 Reyðarfjörður

This camping site is beautifully located by the Andapollur pond, a small pond at the left of the town's entrance. Facilities include shower, lavatories, washing machine and electricity. Disposal of waste for campers is by the Olís gas station, which is near the camping ground. Tourist information centre is located in the Icelandic Wartime Museum by Heiðarvegur street and is open over the summer. 

At this camping ground you will find: 

WC, hot and cold water, disposal of garbage, washing machine and dryer, disposal of waste (400 m), electricity, shower, benches and tables, restaurants (400 m), coffee shop and bakery (1 km), liquor store (1 km), supermarket (1 km), gas station (400 m), mountain view, walking trails, playground (1,5 km), sports field (1,5 km), fishing, golf course, health care (800 m). 

Open fire is not permitted and dogs are allowed on a leash. 


Adults: 2000 ISK per person/per night + accommodation tax 

Senior citizens and disabled: 1750 ISK + accommodation tax 

Children 0 ISK – Under 16 years old 

Electricity 1000 ISK per day 

The camping ground is open between May 1st – October 30th.  


Við Grettiströð, 380 Reykhólahreppur

The swimming pool in Reykhólar is named Grettislaug named after Grettir the Strong. 

Alongside the pool there is a campsite that is opened during summer.

Guesthouse Langafit

Laugarbakki, 531 Hvammstangi

Nice small guesthouse,kitchen,washing macine and dryer.
Hot pool and showers included.

The camp site at Langafit is a small, cosy camp site with access to a hot tub and showers, washing machine and a tumble dryer. At the camp site is also a craftsman house with beautiful craftmansship as well as coffee and waffles.

Opening dates for campsite:

Open during summer (opening dates can vary due to unpredictable weather conditions)

Rates for camp site 2016

Adults:  1.000 kr
Children, 12 years and younger:  Free

Hallormsstadur Camping Ground

Hallormsstaður, 701 Egilsstaðir

Two toilets housed are in Atlavík camping with hot and cold water, facilities for dishwashing, waste disposal for mobile homes, toilet for the disabled, outdoor barbeque, tables, and chairs as well as a playground.

There are three toilet houses in Höfdavík camping with hot and cold water and showers. There are electrical outlets for mobile homes and folding campers, waste disposal, toilet for the disabled, outdoor barbeque, tables, and chairs as well as a playground.

In both campsites, the garbage is sorted.

The forest is a popular area for outdoor living with a diverse landscape. There are about 30km of marked walking paths you can find on a hiking map. There is a family friendly tree collection/arboretum with over 90 different types of trees and bushes. There is also Hotel Hallormsstaður, a new hotel with 100 rooms and a restaurant.

Price 2024:
Adults: 2.000 kr pr. night
Senior citizens and the disabled: 1.500 kr
Tax: 300 kr
Children: Free for 14 years and younger
Electricity: 1.300 kr

The accommodation tax is 300 kr that is pr. camp unit.
Shower: 500 kr. The automat only accepts 100 kr coins.
Washing machine and tumble dryer: 500 kr. The automat only accepts 100 kr coins.

Guesthouse Selfoss

Engjavegur 56, 800 Selfoss

Bungalows and summerhouses

Gesthús Selfossi offers 22 rooms in wooden bungalows, all with private facilities and kitchenette. It´s the perfect choice for people who want simple accommodation with all their needs but without any luxury. The bungalows fit 1 - 3 adults.
For the ones who still want to have all the luxury we offer fully equipped premium two bedroom summerhouses with private hot tub, kitchen, cozy living room with TV and big terrace. The summerhouses fit 2-6 adults.

Camping ground

The camping ground is one of the best in Iceland. It has WC, hot showers, kitchen, dining room, free Wi-Fi, electric hook ups, laundry room, shoe dryer and hot tubs on site.
Gesthús is located in 5 minutes’ walk to swimming pool, restaurants, grocery shops, post office, and banks.

Breiðdalsvík Camping Ground

Ástúni, 760 Breiðdalsvík

Situated behind Hotel Breiðdalsvík, next to the playground, is where you will find the camping ground. It has hot and cold running water and WCþ Great facilities in the middle of town with everything you need in walking distance: Swimming pool, restaurant, grocery store, café, arts and crafts market, museums and more. A great spot for the family.


  • Adults: 2000 ISK per person/per night + accommodation tax
  • Senior citizens and disabled: 1750 ISK + accommodation tax
  • Children 0 ISK - Under 16 years old
  • Electricity 1000 ISK per day

The camping ground is open between June 1st - August 31st.

Gardskagi - campsite

Skagabraut 100, 250 Suðurnesjabær

The campsite at Garðskagi is perfect for visitors seeking freedom and open views of the ocean. It is located at Garðskagi Point and is open all year long.

Garðskagi Point, the northernmost part of the Reykjanes Peninsula, offers great experience for visitors with its two lighthouses, beautiful beach, and fantastic sunsets. It is a great place to see the Northern Lights and have a good meal and a drink while waiting for them to appear. The two lighthouses help create a unique atmosphere and the weather adds up to memorable experiences, whether it be the still morning fog or the screaming, crushing winter waves. The lighthouses were built in 1897 and 1944. One is the second oldest and the other the biggest in Iceland. Garðskagi is a premium site for bird-watching where whales can also often be observed from the coast. Garðskagi is truly a hidden gem and one of the great destinations within the recently established Reykjanes Geopark.

The big lighthouse, has two exhibitions, Northern Lights Show and Whale Show. Fantastic view from the top balcony. Admission is included in the museum fee.

There is also a campsite on Garðskagi.

Restaurant Röstin on the second floor of the Heritage and Maritime Museum offers food for a very reasonable price. Its only about 20 m from the coast and has fantastic view of the ocean. Great place to watch beautiful sunsets in the summer or to have a nice meal while waiting for the Northern Lights in the winter.

Opening hours: All year

For groups call manager, 893-8909 or email



Laugar í Sælingsdal, 371 Búðardalur

Dalahotel is a family owned hotel located in a beautiful, quiet valley, only 1 km from highway 60. The place is famous for its antiquity, Guðrún Ósvífursdóttir lived there, who was one of the main characters in Icelanders' Sagas. The hotel is located at the foot of a mountain where you can enjoy untouched nature with a number of hiking trails suitable for everyone. At the end of the day you can relax in the hot tubs and swimming pool, where the hot water is obtained from a borehole that is located in the hotel building area. 

Hvolsvöllur Camping Ground

Austurvegur 4, 860 Hvolsvöllur

The camp site is located on the first exit to the right when entering the village from west (from Reykjavík). The camp site was first opened in 1980 and is sheltered by large trees. The area is divided into smaller parts that are sheltered by smaller trees. The areas are flat and covered with greass.

The distance from highway number one is only about 150 meters. The center of the village is also in 150 meters distance where you will find may services such as a bank, post office, pharmacy, grocery store, beauty parlour, hair dreser, swimming pool, library, coffee house, restaurant, gas station and an informtion center.  There are also many walking paths close to the camp site as well as a 3 km long wellness walk that is excellent for those that just want to enjoy the nature.


The camp site is a well located camp site with two service houses. One has dishwashing facilities as well as simple cooking facilities. The other is a new house with toilets, showers, access for the disabled and exchange room for small children. It has also dishwashing facilities.  We also have 2 washing machines and a dryer.
There is waste disposal for mobile homes as well as water. The camp site has a playground for children. There is electricity and internet connection. All services are close by in the village.


Public buses that go between Reykjavík, Thorsmork, Landmannalaugar, Westman Islands and highway 1 stop at Hvolsvöllur. Hvolsvöllur is an ideal location since it is a short distance from many interesting sights such as the waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógarfoss, the volcano Hekla, Thorsmörk, Landmannalaugar, the Westman Islands and the glaciers Eyjafjallajökull and Mýrdalsjökull.

Bordeyri Camping site

Borðeyri, 500 Staður

The bird life is diverse and seals visit quite frequently.  The sunset is often very beautiful seen from the camp site.  This camp site in in the outskirts of one of the smallest villages in Iceland.  Even though it is small the village has an important history that guests can learn more about by walking around.  There are many historic signs around and old houses still standing.  Fore example is the Riis house from 1862 which is being restored.

A good service house is in the area with 2 toilets plus facilities to wash the dishes.  There are also hot and cold water, electricity, large coal barbeque, 2 tables, garbage cans, football field as well as a playground.

About 100 meters from the camp site is a guesthouse.  Close by is also a craftsman market and coffee sale from 14:00 – 17:00 all days.

Prices 2015

Adults:  1.000 kr
Children:  Free for children up to 14 years old
Electricity:  600 kr

Kirkjubær Camping Ground

Kirkjubær 2, 880 Kirkjubæjarklaustur

The Camping Site has enough space for everyone. You can have your small tent, mobile home or whatever you choose. We take pride in offering one of the best equipped camping facilities in Iceland and in keeping our site peaceful and quit. The sanitary, washing machine and dryer is in the service house which is warm and clean. Everyone can use the kitchen and the dining room. Electricity for mobilehome is on part of the camping, you have to come early to get that place.

Prices 2024 (in ISK):
2000 ISK for staying one night per person 13 years and older
1000 ISK for electricity (not suitable for charging cars)
300 ISK shower 3 min
600 ISK shower 6 min
950 ISK wash machine
950 ISK dryer

Hafnarfjörður Camping Ground

Hjallabraut 51, 220 Hafnarfjörður

Hafnarfjörður Camping is situated in a beautiful park near the town centre of Hafnarfjörður, in a quiet and cosy area. The campsite is close to all services, shopping and many tourist attractions. City buses stop nearby, as well as the bus to Keflavik international airport. For those of you travelling by car, the airport is only a 30-minute away. It is also a short 10 min drive to downtown Reykjavík. 

Facilities include: Wi-Fi, WC, showers, hot and cold water, a washing machine and dryer, outdoor barbeque grill. 

Hveragerði Camping Ground

v/ Reykjamörk, 810 Hveragerði

The camp site is close to the center of the village in a peaceful environment. From the camp site there is a short distance to the swimming pool, playgrounds, grocery store, a library, art gallery, golf course and much more. It is a short distance to many walking paths such as the Health Circle that goes through the camp site. Also Reykjardalur valley is a short distance away.

The service house has good toilet and shower facilities as well as a washing machine and a tumble dryer. Next to the service house there is a shelter with facilities for doing the dishes with hot and cold water. There are also large barbeques.

Korpudalur HI Hostel

Kirkjuból í Korpudal, 426 Flateyri

Set against the dramatic backdrop of the West Fjords, Korpudalur is a former farmhouse that has been in the family for generations. Protected from the weather by the snow-capped mountains that surround it, the hostel and campsite provides the ulimate way to get away from it all. The basin is also a great enviroment for wildlife to thrive, with lush green wetland home to many species of waterfowl as well as eagles. Curl up with a book in the lounge or take on one of the many hikes in the area- the choice is yours. The former barnhouse is also available for hire and provides a great venue for parties, weddings and cinema nights.

In the area:

  • There are many hiking routes, with maps available at the hostel as well as on the app WAPP.
  • Korpudalur is a good base for many towns in the area including Ísafjörður, Súðavík and Flateyri. Ísafjörður is the largest settlement in the West Fjords and features many museums and Súðavík hosts the Arctic Fox Centre.
  • The nearest fjord- Önundarfjordur- has a white sand beach, a rarity in Iceland.
  • Dynjandi waterfall is also a 35 minute drive away- the largest waterfall in the West Fjords, the name means ´thundering´. 

At HI Iceland, we strive to meet and exceed the standards expected of us as a leader in sustainable travel. We take an active role in promoting sustainability within our community and we lead by example, and by good actions and practices in our operation. 

Þórsmörk - Iceland Touring Association

Mörkin 6, 108 Reykjavík ,

The hut in Langidalur in Þórsmörk, at the end of the Laugavegur trail, accommodates 75 people in sleeping bags. It is equipped with gas stoves, utensils, and running water. There are bathrooms and showers in a nearby building. The campground is located all around the hut area. Campers have access to a shelter for cooking.  


701 Egilsstaðir (dreifbýli), 701 Egilsstaðir

The Snæfellsskáli lodge has space for 45 persons. It has oil - stove, heating system and WC. GPS location: 64.48.250N/ 15.38.600V. Heating, water, WC.  The campsite is located on a sand close to the cabin in the national park Vatnajökulsþjóðgarður and is by road no F909.  It is about 1 km away from the walking path to the mountain Snæfell. A few marked walking paths are also close by.

All opening dates can change due to weather conditions.

Thingvellir National park

Þingvellir, 806 Selfoss

At the campground there are WC´s, showers, washing machines and a outside grill. In the service centre visitors can pay for camping and fishing permit and seek further information about the area.
There is a small cafeteria which services soup, sandwiches and pizza.

Summer opening hours (June-August):

Winter opening hours (September - May):
Information desk: 09:00-16:00
Store and Service Centre at Leirar: 09:00-18:00

Akureyri - Hamrar, Kjarnaskógur Camping Ground

Hamrar við Kjarnagötu, 602 Akureyri

Hamrar is a peaceful campground by the forest kjarnaskógur, at the southern end of Akureyri. The camping is well equipped with excellent facilities, playgrounds, and great hiking trails. The camping is divided into 16 grass areas, surrounded by trees, that extend to 3-4000 m2.

Accommodation 1 night per person: 2100 isk.
Senior citizens and disabled persons: 1800 isk.
Electricity 1 night 1300 isk.
Laundry machine: 600 isk.
Dryer: 500 isk.

Opening hours 
The campground is open all year round. Full service with camp warden 24/7 is from May 15th to October 15th. In the low season, the camp warden can be found (if not on site) at phone (+354) 461 2260 or mobile (+354) 863 0725, and you can also find additional information online: or

Wheelchair access:
There is wheelchair access in two of our service huts with toilets, showers, and lavatories. Also have disabled access to special areas with access to electricity.

In Hamrar we have 7 WC huts completing a total of 40 WCs. In five of them there is hot and cold water for the sinks. All the huts are provided with drinking water. In peak season, we increase the number of restrooms in the camp ground.

There are  4 shower huts open 24/7 with a total of 15 showers and the number increases in the peak season.

Camper lavatory disposal:
There is camper lavatory disposal and water refill in Hamrar.

Kitchen and lounge:
At the entrance of the campground there is the service house, where you can find kitchen, dining and lving room. There is TV, computer, and electricity outlets. You can also find tourist information brochures.

Washing machine and dryer:
The area has access to a washing machine and tumble dyer 24/7

There is access to electricity (with a fee) on all the camping areas. To access it, you need an adapter, that can be purchased at the camp warden hut.  

Entertainment on site:
There are 2 children playgrounds, and a water pond playground. There is a frisbee golf ground, gigant foosball, and minigolf and water skate hire.

Camp wardens:
Camp wardens can provide all the information and help you need regarding the campground. They are available from 7am to 12pm daily on peak season. If they are not at the gate warden hut, they can be reached at (+354) 8630725.


Raufarhöfn Camping Ground

Skólabraut , 675 Raufarhöfn

Located by the swimming pool.

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Húnavatnshreppur, Húnavöllum, 541 Blönduós

At Afangi there is hostel style accommodation for up to 32 people in 8 rooms, each accommodating 4 people.  Its possibility to get made-up bed with linen.

We have fully equipped self-catering kitchen facilities and a dining area for the use of overnight quests and groups.  In our café you can buy hot meals (please order in advance),breakfast, lunsh, coffe, waffles, cakes, soups and bread.  From our shop we can also packed lunches.  Cold soft drinks and sweets.  Cold icelandic beer.

Áfangi has a hot jacuzzi and shower - the ideal way to relax after a long day´s journey!!

GPS: N65°08,701 W19°44,148 

Volcano Huts Þórsmörk

Húsadalur Þórsmörk via Road no. F 249 ,

Volcano Huts Þórsmörk

Volcano Huts are located in the Þórsmörk nature reserve in Iceland, situated in the Húsadalur valley, between towering glaciers and volcanoes. The area can best be described as a hiker's paradise where you will find endless hiking trails that lead you through beautiful, volcanic landscapes. Here you will experience Icelandic nature at its best and meet interesting people that share your passion for nature and adventure.

Accommodation and other services can be booked through our website  

Services at the Volcano Huts

Accommodation: Volcano Huts of fer accommodation in small cottages, shared mountain hut dormitories, private bedrooms, glamorous glamping tents and camping grounds surrounded by unique volcanic nature.

Restaurant : The LavaGrill is the heart of the Volcano Huts and offers rich and hearty meals made from local Icelandic ingredients. We offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, cakes and coffee. We can also send you off with a packed lunch. The bar offers a selection of local beers and other drinks.

Things to do: Most people come for the endless hiking trails in and around Thorsmork , while others come for a short stop and a meal at the LavaGrill. We offer access to a natural shallow pool and sauna, which are included in the accommodation. We have something for all ages, so everyone should find something to do.

Hiking trails: Some people choose to go on shorter walks and return to Volcano Huts in the afternoon, while others may venture deeper into the mountains on their way along the Laugavegur hiking trail, which connects Thorsmörk and the Landmannalaugar area or perhaps hiking in between two glaciers while hiking the Fimmvörðurháls trail.

How to get here: The best way to g et here is by bus, as you will have to cross big rivers on the way. You can take the bus from Reykjavik or at one of the several designated bus stops on Road1. Further information on how to get here is available on our website.

For further information and bookings, please visit our website , send us an email or call us on +354 419 4000.

Glamping single/double - 16

rooms - single / double - 14

cottages - for 4 pers. - 8

Cabin dorms - 34 beds

Camping 100 +

Ferðaþjónustan Bjarg

Bjarg, 660 Mývatn

Please contact for prices and booking information.

Skælingar - Útivist Touring Club

Office: Laugavegur 178, 105 Reykjavík ,

GPS: N 63°58,849 / V 18°31,319
At Eldgjá.  WC but no kitchen.

For further information, please click Skælingar hut (English).

Hraunborgir Camping ground

Grímsnesi, 801 Selfoss

Drivers from Reykjavik drive Biskupstungnabraut, passed the Kerið and turn right at Kiðjabergsvegur and then they turn right again for Hraunborgir. The camping place is in the middle of summerhouse area and guests can use the service from the service center at Hraunborgir. The camping place is around 70 km from Reykjavik and 22 km from Selfoss.


The camping place has good sanitary (WC) with an access for handicaps. There is both hot and cold water and outdoor sink. Guests can access electricity for their caravans and mobile homes. Inside the service center there is a self-service laundry machine and a dryer.

The camping place is next to the service center. The service center offers a lot of activities such as swimming pool, golf course, mini-golf, basket ball, children playground, playroom, television and viewpoint.

The swimming pool in Hraunborgir consists of two hot tubs, wading pool and steam bath. Visitors can enjoy the weather, whether they prefer to play around in the swimming pool or relax in the hot tubs and steam bath.

A fun 9-hole par 3 golf course is in the area. It is well suited for beginners as well as groups of families and friends. Accustomed golfers can also enjoy the golf course by practicing their swing and putting.

Next to the service center is a mini-golf. Behind the service center is children‘s playground and a basket ball basked at the camping area.

Indoor activities are also of great variety. Inside the service center there is a play room where one can play billiard, air hockey and foosball table. Those who prefer tranquility can sit down and watch the television.

In the area is a view point with an accessibility for handicapped, where visitor can enjoy the view and learn names of interesting places.

This area is popular amongst families, for groups of friends and for company activities. Each year there are family reunions at Hraunborgir, but the area is suitable both for children and adults. The service center has a terrace with roof, where guests can barbeque and relax. The terrace is available for rent for larger events.

The area is a family area and after midnight there should be no disturbances. Age limit is 25 year-old, unless accompanied by other families. Young families (i.e. adults with their children) under the age of 25 are welcome.

Dogs are allowed in the camping area as long as they are kept on a strap.


The service center is open:

Monday to saturdays:  10:00 – 20:00
Sundays:  10:00 – 17:00
First weekend in august (Saturday – monday): 10:00- 18:00 and 20:00 – 24:00

Service center and camp site is open from 23rd of may to 31st of august

Opening time

13th of may to the 28th of august.

Rates 2016

Price pr tent, camping folder, caravan or mobile home:  2.900 kr

For two nights:  5.500 kr
For three nights:  7.500 kr

Electricity:  1.000 kr
Washing machinel:  800 kr
Tumble dryer:  800 kr

*Prices may change during the first weekend of august

Vogar Campsite

Hafnargata 19 -23, 190 Vogar

The camping site is located by the SportsCenter in Vogar. It has good facilities for guests including, kitchen, showers, and Free Wifi. It is open all year.

For further information on prices visit their website.


Kjóastaðir, 806 Selfoss

If you want to see the best of Iceland´s countryside you have come to the right place. Our campsite have the best view over Geysir and the glacier from afar.

We welcome all campers to Skjól campsite to stay. Our campsite is one big grassfield about two hectares big and have space for 800 campers and caravans. 
We have 17 electric stations on the field for usage. 
Next to our Restaurant and bar area there are WC´s, sinks and trashcans available. 

Showers are located in our hostel and are available for our camping guests.

You find the reception for the camping in our restaurant.

Welcome to Skjól campsite.


Open every day


Vogum, 660 Mývatn

Please contact for prices and booking information.

Þverbrekknamúli - Iceland Touring Association

Mörkin 6, 108 Reykjavík ,

The hut in Þverbrekknamúli accommodates 20 people in sleeping bags. It is equipped with gas stoves, utensils and running water. There are bathrooms in a nearby building. The campground is in the hut area.   

Grindavík Campsite

Austurvegur 26, 240 Grindavík

Grindavík opened a brand new State of the Art campground facility in the summer of 2009 at Austurvegur 26. The campground is a pleasure-fest for the family. The campground was designed with the camping enthusiast in mind; it includes the latest in accommodations for tents, RV´s and campers. It has two playgrounds for children with swings, castles and a spider-net, family sized barbeques, and access to electricity, plus a perfect place to empty port-a-potties. Paved entrance to the camping grounds and the convenient parking area.

The response from campers has been overwhelming:

„Congratulations on one of the nation‘s best campgrounds. It is great to see an ambitious tourist attraction come to life." (Campground Surveys 2012).

Camping passes are valid at the campgrounds.

Entrance: As you enter the town, go round the circle and stright out along Víkurbraut. Turn left at Ránargata, and left at Austurvegur (by the church).

Age restrictions for those traveling alone is 18 years.

We are open from March 1st to 30th November.


  • Price for adults 2.200 (tax included),  free for 14 years old and younger.
  • Every fourth night is free.
  • Electricity is 1.300 ISK
  • Single wash in a washing machine kr. 800
  • Single use of a dryer kr. 800
  • Showers included in price.
  • Just showers 500kr
  • Groups/Family reunions pay according to agreement.
  • Bookings are not possible.

War and Peace Museum

Hvalfjarðarströnd, 301 Akranes

The unique and remarkable history of the occupation period in Iceland 1940-45 unfolds at the War and Peace Museum. Our exhibition tells the story of how a peaceful countryside was transformed, in the context of world events and its importance to the victory of the Allies in World War 2. Here you can explore our high-quality collection of artifacts and feel the memories from this fateful time of upheaval.

During your stop you can relax in our cozy café "The White Falcon", which serves light meals and Icelandic delicacies and check out our collection of souvenirs in the gift shop.

Open 1st June - 26th August: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 13:00 to 17:00, Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 to 17:00. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Large camping ground for tents and campers. Electric outlets are available and the camping ground has two large charcoal grills, a playground for the children and good restroom facilities. Showers are available and dishwashing facilities as well. The area also offers a dumping station for portable toilets. The camping site is open from June 1st - August 26th.

Vesturdalur Camping Ground - Vatnajökulsþjóðgarður

Vesturdalur Jökulsárgljúfrum, 671 Kópasker

The campsite in Vesturdalur is usually open from early June to mid-September. The campsite is for tents only. Neither electricity nor hot water is available. Phone coverage is limited.

Reservations are not available for the campsite in Vesturdal. Campsite fees are payable to rangers on-site. 

Varmahlíð Camping Ground

Við Reykjarhól fyrir ofan sundlaugina, 560 Varmahlíð

Varmahlíð Campground is a peaceful and cozy campsite, located in a protected forest area on the southern slope of Reykjarhóll. A service house is available at the campsite with toilets, hot and cold water, a shower, and a washer and a dryer. Electricity is also available. A large trampoline for children is at the campsite.

There is a short distance to many activities. There are two football fields next to the camp site and the swimming pool is within walking distance. The swimming pool is a divided outdoor pool, a lap pool and a warmer children's pool with water slides, hot tub, and sauna.

Easy walking trails are around the forest and neighborhood, and for the more experienced you can hike up Mælifellshnjúkur, Tindastóll or Glóðafeykir. Museums, churches and places of historical interest and importance are located nearby, and for the more adventurous; horseback riding, horse shows, river rafting and paintball operators are within a walking distance.

In Varmahlíð you will find all the practical services, including Tourist Information Centre, restaurant, supermarket, and a gas station. 

The campsites in Sauðárkrókur, Hofsós, Varmahlíð and Hólar are in collaboration. It is possible to stay the first night at one of these camp sites and pay less during the next night at the other camp sites. It is necessary to provide a receipt from the first camp site.

The campsite is open during the summer months from mid-May until mid-September.

Faxi Camping Ground

Biskupstungur, 806 Selfoss

 The camp site is in a quiet and beautiful surroundings and it is a short distance to all services from the camp sie.   There is a beautiful view from the camp site and many beautiful walking paths.  A restaurant / coffee house has recently opened at the camp site

The age limit is 25 years old.

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Rates 2023:
Adults: ISK 1.500
Senior citizens: ISK 1.200
Handicapped: ISK 1.200
Children 7–15 years: ISK 500
Children under 7 years: Free
Electricity: ISK 1.200

Grenivík Camping Ground

Grenivíkurskóli, 610 Grenivík

The camp site at Grenivík was all renewed in 2011 and there is now a new service house with access for the disabled. There is also now access to electricity, shower and hot and cold running water. It also has a washbasin. The camp site is free for children younger than 16 years.

The sports center has a new 16,67 meters long swimming pool, a hot tub, a gym and a sports hall.

Opening time
From may 20th to september (as weather permits)

Drangsnes camping site

Aðalbraut, 520 Drangsnes

The camp site has good toilet facilities and showers. Washer and dryer are on site. Stores, swimming pool and a restaurant are close by. Drangsnes is a good stop over to the parish Árneshreppur which is about 90 km away. It is possible to sail over to the beautiful island Grímsey.

There is a playing field, hot tubs and much more close to the camp site.

The camp site has a coal barbecue. It is possible to rent the community centre that has seating for about 120 persons.

In the village Dranganes there is a good refreshments and accomodations as well as many activities.

Rates 2021:
Adults: 1.250 kr
Childre:  Free for younger than 14 years
Shower: 400 kr
Electricity:  1.000 kr

We accept the camping card.

Hotel Heydalur / Ferðaþjónustan í Heydal

Mjóifjörður, 420 Súðavík

Hotel Heydalur is located in the beautiful valley of Heydalur, around 320 km from Reykjavík and 130 km from Ísafjörður. The hotel offers 59 beds in 19 rooms (all with private WC) as well as three summer cottages.

The hotel restaurant is renowned for its delicious, local food which is served in the old barn.

The hotel also operates a campsite (open from June 1 until the end of October) with warm showers, flushing toilets and ample electricity plugs for RVs and trailers.

Heydalur has recently been nominated as the best bathing site in the Westfjords area.  Near the hotel you will find two outdoor, geothermal hot tubs, as well as a small pool inside a tropical greenhouse. On the other side of the river Heydalsá you will find yet another natural hot tub.

The opportunities for recreation and activities are almost endless. The hotel has a playground for children and youth, but also offers guided kayaking and horse riding tours that are suitable for most people. There are numerous hiking routes available, birdwatching is excellent during summer and freshwater fishing is also possible. During winter, visitors can enjoy snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and, of course, the magic of the northern lights.  

Seyðisfjörður Campsite

Ránargata 5, 710 Seyðisfjörður

The campsite is located close to the center of town.  It is surrounded by trees and divided into smaller areas.  It is well located but close to the campsite, there is a grocery store, craftsman's market, swimming pool, restaurants, a sports center, sauna, and hot tubs.  Shorter and longer walkways are close by as well as the possibility of fishing from the pier or going to the shore.  Close by is also the technical museum of east Iceland, Skaftfell cultural center and many cultural events taking place all year round.

The campsite has great facilities for tents, mobile homes, and folding campers.  A new service house has showers, washing machine, tumble dryer, cooking facilities, and a seating area.

The age limit is 18 years unless traveling with adults.

Strútur - Útivist Touring Club

Office: Laugavegur 178, 105 Reykjavík ,

GPS: N63°50,330 W18°58,477 
North West of Strútur at Mælifellssandur.  Wc.

The camp site Strútur is next to the cabin by the mountain Strútur.  The camp site Strútur is an ideal layover between the lake Álftavatn in the east and the canyon Hvannagil in the west. There are many great walking paths close to the camp site and a map is sold in the cabin from the beginning of july until the middle of august.

Rates 2015:

Camp site facilities pr person: 1.500 kr
Shower: 400 kr

For further information, please click Strútur hut (English).

Riding Tours South Iceland

Syðra-Langholt, 846 Flúðir

Riding Tours South Iceland is a family company. Our goal is to meet the needs of every customer as best we can with personal service. 

We are located in Syðra-Langholt 3 845 Hrunamannahreppur. 
We are about 100 kilometer from Reykjavik. 

Riding Tours South Iceland offer´s all kind of riding tours from one hour and up to 6 day riding tour. 

Please contact us if you have any special requests or wishes.
We would love to help you to plan your dream riding tour here in Iceland with our great team.

Grundarfjörður Camping Ground

Borgarbraut 19, 350 Grundarfjörður

The campsite is located above the town with a unique view either to the sea or the mountain range. The site is divided into several smaller areas where each guest can find a place to stay. The swimming pool, playground and sports ground are right next to the campsite. The two main areas have toilet facilities and dishwashing facilities as well as wheelchair access. It is only a short walk to beautiful hiking trails both by the sea and into the mountains.  

Most services are within a 10-minute walking distance. These include shopping, coffee shops, restaurants, gasoline, sea angling, bird watching tours, kayaking, whale watching, and the harbour. Grundarfjörður is the perfect location for people who wish to camp in one area for a few nights as it is centrally located in the middle of the northern Snæfellsnes peninsula. From here you can go on great excursions in any direction to visit the beautiful sites of the peninsula and the National Park.  

The campsite is open all year round with less service in Winter.  

Note: Showers in the Swimming pool are not included in the campsite fee.  

Rates 2022:

Adults: 1,600 ISK 

Seniors and the disabled: 1.100 ISK 

Free for 16 years and younger 

Showers: 600 ISK

Electricity: 1,000 ISK 

15% off if staying three days or more. 

25% off if staying six days or more.  

Highland Base - Kerlingarfjöll

F347, 801 Selfoss

Highland Base was conceived as the staging ground for epic adventures deep in the highlands of central Iceland. A year-round oasis of warmth and comfort, this remote outpost accommodates all levels of hospitality. With a campground, hostel huts, dormitory beds, upscale rooms, luxury suites, private lodges, thermal baths, and a cozy restaurant, Highland Base is a first-of-its-kind highland resort.

Located at the edge of the majestic Kerlingarfjöll mountain range, the destination is a thrillseeker’s paradise, offering a vast array of guided and unguided adventures. While the experiences are seasonal, the excitement is timeless. In summer, hiking and mountain biking bring you face-to-face with the mountainscape's geothermal valleys and breathtaking panoramas. In winter, cross-country skiing, backcountry skiing, and snowmobiling set you free to explore the untamed wilderness. And when you return to Highland Base from a day of adventuring, you'll always find a warm and welcoming refuge—a place to relax, reflect, and recharge.

Lónkot Rural Resort

Sléttuhlíð, 566 Hofsós

Lónkot Rural Resort offers their guests a sensory experience in natures magnetic setting at Lónkot´s Gravel, situated north of Cape Þórðarhöfði in Skagafjörður.

Lónkot is a family owned and run guesthouse and restaurant since 1991 garnering great reviews for its gastronomy and hospitality (Gourmet pit stop, Lonely Planet).

Lónkot offers a romantic and family friendly vacation rooms that are all independently decorated.  We offer a Camping site as well.

Our gourmet restaurant is renowned for its creativity of fusing traditions of the Icelandic cuisine and contemporary gastronomy. Our food is inspired by flowers, herbs and berries from our gardens and by our blueberry hills. Our dishes are served in various ways in association with wonderful assortments of fish from the clean ocean and waters around and our exquisite mountain lamb and birds from the outstanding islands of Drangey and Málmey in Skagafjörður. Lónkot is a member of Slow Food.

In our restaurant Sölva Salon you can see the unique art by Sölvi Helgason (Solon Islandus) Island´s most renowned vagabond. A monument in honour of him was unvailed in Lónkot in the year of 1995, created by Icelandic sculptor Gestur Þorgrímsson. Many of Island´s most acclaimed artist have resided and created artwork for Lónkot such as Katrín Sigurðardóttir, Páll á Húsafelli and Örn Þorsteinsson. In Sölva Salon many renowned artist have exibited their work to name a few Helgi Þorgils, Sigurbjörn Jónsson, Páll á Húsafelli and Pétur Gautur.

Hotel Fljótshlíð

Smáratún, 861 Hvolsvöllur

Smáratún farm is located in the Fljótshlíð agricultural area off road nr. 261, 10 minutes from Hvolsvöllur village and road nr. 1.

For the last three generations the farm has been managed by the same family and the farm stay was introduced in 1986. We have been working according to our sustainability policy since 2007. We were eco labelled by the Nordic Swan in 2014. 

We offer accommodation in hotel rooms, chalets and larger cottages. We also have a campsite and cooking facility open all year round. Our hotel restaurant is open for everyone, both for dinner and breakfast. We take pride in serving food from farm to table.

Ferðafélag Fljótsdalshéraðs - Breiðuvíkurskáli

Víknaslóðir, 720 Borgarfjörður eystri

. Accommodation: 33 sleeping bags
. Operating time: Closed and locked during winter, wardens during summer
. Telephone: No telephone
. GPS: N65°27.830-W13°40.286
. Other facilities: Wood stove for heating. Gas stove for cooking. Toilets and shower.  Camping place, coal grill (but no coals)

Akranes Camping Site

Kalmansvík v/Akranesveg, 300 Akranes

The campsite is located in Kalmansvík which is a beautiful bay on the outskirts of Akranes. The site has a wonderful view of the Snæfellsjökull glacier. The site has great facilities including showers and washing machines. The owners work hard to ensure that the facilities are clean and tidy as well as keeping prices at a reasonable level. There are many walking paths near the campsite as well as rich birdlife.

Hotel Svartiskógur

Hallgeirsstaðir, Jökulsárhlíð, 701 Egilsstaðir

Hótel Svartiskógur is an elegant country hotel ideally situated in the green woodland of Jökulsárhlíð country, just  8 km. away from the ringroad and 25 km. away from the service centre at Egilsstaðir. It is practically midway between Egilsstaðir and Vopnafjörður and the obvious choice for admirers of East Iceland nature and calms with fine fishing rivers within reach and a nice camping place beside the hotel. Svartiskógur is the perfect setout point for tours of  Fljótsdalshérað, Borgarfjörður eystri, Vopnafjörður, Seyðisfjörður, Fjarðarbyggð, and other East Iceland favorites.

The Svartiskogur camping site is located in a small forest. It is a perfect place to park your tent or trailer if you are traveling by yourself or in a larger group. You can enjoy what tranquil Icelandic nature has to offer. The site is conveniently located in regards to touring Fljotdalsherad, Borgarfjord Eystri, Vopnafjord, Seydisfjord, and Fjardarbyggd.


Mjóanes accommodation

Mjóanes, 701 Egilsstaðir

Cozy accommodation located in the countryside 18 km from the village Egilsstaðir on road 931. Peaceful and beautiful landscape, nice hiking trails down to the lake or up to the hills, a good place to see the northern lights in wintertime.

Here are 2 cottages 24 square meters with a bed up to 4 people. It includes WC and sink but showers are in the service house a few meters away as well as the kitchen/sitting area and a room with a pool table and dart. Besides the service house is a hot tub and sauna for our guests.

We have 3 rooms in an apartment with 2 shared bathrooms and a kitchen.

Everyone is welcomed by the host - personal service, homely atmosphere  - a home away from home.

Short drive to visit great nature pearls, activities, restaurants, and places. Check

Ártún Travel Service

Ártún, Grýtubakkahreppur, 616 Grenivík

Ártún, Bed & Breakfast: We offer 5 cozy rooms (3 double, 2 triple) on the 1st floor of the farmhouse. All rooms are newly renovated and furnished with comfortable, top-quality beds. Extra mattresses can be provided. The entire 1st floor is reserved for our guests, who share a spacious and well equipped bathroom/toilet. Breakfast is included, served in the conservatory on the ground floor.
We also rent out a fully equipped bungalow close to the farmhouse, which can accommodate up to 4 persons. Self-catering or b&b, whichever our guests prefer. Att.! Dinner and lunch also available upon request; bar & restaurant in the conservatory. Warm and personal service.
Ártún Campsite: Good facilities and plenty of room for tents, tent trailers, caravans and campers of all shapes and sizes. Toilets, showers, communal dining-hall, electricity. Sludge discharge possible. Wireless internet-connection available. Restaurant & bar at the farmhouse open for campers. The camping grounds are firm, even, and vast enough to ensure every guest as much privacy as anyone can wish for. The campsite is open between may 1st and september 30th. Off-season stay at the campsite is possible upon request, pending weather and other conditions.
The fishing-village Grenivík is a mere 8km drive away, offering more service and recreation, such as a general store, a swimming pool, a golf course, a maritime museum, an arts & crafts gallery and more. Ártún is virtually surrounded by interesting sights, historical places and stunning scenery: The heritage museum in Laufás, beautiful hiking paths up the mountains and along the shore, birdwatching, horse-riding, breath-taking sunsets, fishing and more. So much more...

Please contact for prices and booking information.

Stykkishólmur Camping ground

Aðalgata 29, 340 Stykkishólmur

Stykkishólmur campsite is perfectly located next to Víkurvöllur golf course, only 5 minutes walk to swimming pool, supermarket, restaurants and all general services. At the Club house you can pay the accommodation fee. The campsite is a wireless hot-spot.

Toilets - There are toilets in two locations at the campsite, in the service hut and in Clubhouse, including 14 toilets. Washbains (with cold & hot water) are situated in both facilities and there are taps to fill water cans. At camping site there is also facility to empty and clean car toilets.

Shower - 2 outdoor showers with hot water are in the service hut, access is free of charge for campsite visitors. 

Washing machine and dryer - available at the Club house/Tourist Information Center. This service is not included in accommodation fee. Contact the warden for further information.

Information - wardens are at camping site from 8am - 10pm.

Electricity boards - situated in a few places on the area, available for campers. This service is not included in accommodation fee. Contact the warden for further information.

Rates 2022

Rates for adults : ISK 1.600,-
Rates for children: children at the age of 15 years old and below stay at no charge
Senior citizens and the disabled: ISK 1.100,-
Electricity: ISK 1.100,-

Tálknafjörður Swimming pool

Íþróttamiðstöðin, 460 Tálknafjörður

Tálknafjörður swimming pool has to offer many activities. There is an 25 meter outdoor pool, two hot tubs, sauna, cold tub, baby pool and waterslide. There is also a lift for disabled people to assist in entering and exiting the pool. In the building you can find a gym.

Next to the swimming pool is the towns campsite, which is open from 1st of June – 1st of September. On the campsite you can find kitchen around the clock, outside barbecue, toilets and showers. There is also a washing machine and a dryer available for small price. Everybody is always welcome, there is coffee on the house.

Contact us:
Telephone: 456-2639 
Opening hours: 

Monday - Thursday: 09:00 - 20:00

Friday: 09:00 - 13:00

Saturday: 11:00 - 14:00

Sunday: Closed

Please note: We stop selling into the pool 30 minutes before closing. Kindly leave the pool 15 minutes before closing time.

Hvammstangi Camping Ground

Brekkugata 12, 530 Hvammstangi

Hvammstangi is the largest town in Hunathing Vestra, the perfects destination for tourists. It offers a top class swimming pool, shops, a restaurant, museums, galleries and other services.

From Hvammstangi is only a short travel to Vatnses with a wealth of varied historical sites, beautiful scenery,great views of the mountains at Standir and last but not least a seal habitat within easy walking distance. 

The Kirkjuhvammur camping site in Hvammstangi is only 6 kilometers from the Icelandic Route 1, midway between Reykjavik and Akureyri.

The site is located in a sheltered dell just outside the town, equipped with a fully furbished service station and good facilities for campers and trailers.

The dell offers pleasant hiking and walking routes in the unspoiled nature.

Rates 2024:

Adults: ISK1.500 kr
Senior citizens: ISK 1300
Children under 16: free
Electricity:   ISK 1000 kr

Vestmannaeyjar Camping Ground

Herjólfsdalur, 900 Vestmannaeyjar

The area has a service house with cooking  and washing facilities.  Toilets and showers are included in the rates as well as a barbeque by the service house.  There is a playground for the children.  Electricity is available for folding campers and mobile homes. 

The Vestman islands is a group of about 15-18 islands where the island Heimaey is the only one that is lived on.  There are daily flights from Reykjavík and a ferry goes from Landeyjarhöfn and it takes about 35 minutes to sail to Heimaey.  The population is about 4.000 people so there are all services needed available. 23rd of january 1973 was a fateful day in the history of Vestman island when a volcanic eruption started.  Almost the whole population was evacuated and did not move back until june that same year.  All the population was unharmed but a lot of housed went under the lava.  For tourists visitin the island it is a must to visit the area where the eruption was but you might still feel some heat in the ground when you dig a little.


Travel Service Djúpidalur

Djúpidalur, 381 Reykhólahreppur

Family run travel service. We offer double rooms and one single room, cabins and a brand new campsite. 

There are facilities for cooking and guests have access to a hot tub along with a swimming pool during their stay. 

Bakkaflöt Travel Service

Tungusveit, 560 Varmahlíð

Bakkaflöt is a family-owned company that started in 1987. We offer a variety of accommodations. We have a 22 room guesthouse that offers cozy cabin with en suite bathrooms, double or triple rooms with shared

bathrooms. We also have two bigger cottages with cooking facilities. 

We have a small heated swimming pool outside and two hot tubs. Other facilities include a TV lounge, terrace,

restaurant and bar area. 

Next to the river Svartá we have a beautiful campsite with good cooking facilities. 

In 1994 we started the river rafting in East glacial river and West glacial river. 

West glacial river, class 2. Family rafting: 

Scenic ride down the majestic Glacial Canyon. We´ll make a stop for a delicious hot chocolate from a geothermal spring and another stop to jump off a cliff. Great experience for the whole family. 

East glacial river, class 4. Extreme rafting: 

East glacial river is by far one of the best 1-day rafting rivers in Europe. Enjoy a delicious traditional Icelandic meat soup after the tour. The Extrem rafting is a total bliss and we can guarantee you will get wet. 

Sit on top kayak trip down the river Svartá is an enjoyable and scenic nature ride in the midnight sun. 

On site: accommodation in cabins and our guesthouse, camping site, small swimming pool, hot tubs, restaurant and bar.   

Gaddstaðaflatir Camping Ground

Gaddastaðaflatir, 850 Hella

Melanes camp site

Melanes, Rauðasandi, 451 Patreksfjörður

The only camp site at Rauðisandur is operated at Melanes. It is in a beautiful green area next to sand with a great view over to the cliff Látrabjarg. There are walking paths in all directions from the camp site and you can experience the wild life and the nature.

The camp site has good facilities with toilets, showers, cooking facilities, outdoor barbeque, table, washing machine and play area.

There are many seals on the sand and you can find them all year around. Westfjords Adventures offer a trip from the camp site to the seals daily. There are many hiking trails to choose from such as a historical hike by the river Sjounda to a deserted farm. From there you can also walk on to the Skor beacon (not for those who are scared of hights). If you want a bigger challenge you can take on the mines at Surtarbrandsnamur at mountain Stalfjall.

Open from May 15th until September 15th

Prices 2020:
Rate for adults: 1.500 Isk. kr.
Rate for children: No charge for 16 yr’s old and younger.
Senior citizens and hadicapped: 1.000 Isk. kr.
Electricity:  1.000 Isk. kr.

The Freezer Hostel & Culture Centre

Hafnargata 16, Rifi, 360 Hellissandur

The Freezer is an award winning social hostel, situated inside a renovated and recycled fish factory in the tiny fishing village of Rif on the Snæfellsnes peninsula. 

At our place, Icelandic arts, culture and local hospitality come together to create unforgettable memories for those looking for the completely unique Icelandic experience. We offer beds in themed dorms, artsy private rooms, camping spaces, as well as five amazing apartments for those looking for the tranquility of true Icelandic country living. 

Hotel Arnarstapi

Arnarstapi, 355 Ólafsvík

Arnarstapi offers a variety of accommodation options to travelers visiting the village of Arnarstapi. Whether you prefer a comfortable hotel accommodation with private facilities, a guesthouse with shared facilities, unique cottages or apartments that can accommodate up to 6 persons or a campsite for the adventurer that loves sleeping in tents or camper vans. Arnarstapi Center aims to offer all of the above options.

Arnarstapi Hotel: 36 rooms, 22 double or twin, 10 triple rooms and 3 apartments with private facilities.

Arnarstapi Guesthouse: 19 rooms, 12 double or twin rooms, 4 triple rooms, 3 quadruple rooms.

Arnarstapi Cottages: 10 lovely cottages suitable for 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

Arnarstapi Campsite: large campsite well-suited for individuals, families or groups. 

Restaurant Snjófell: offers quality local food from the surroundings of Snæfellsnes peninsula. Snjófell is puropse built for you to enjoy the food in the breathtaking environment of Arnarstapi. 

Systragil Camping Ground

Hróarsstöðum, Fnjóskadal, 601 Akureyri

Systragil Camping Ground

Welcome to our friendly, small campsite with cooking facilities and free wifi. We hope you enjoy the tranquility, the smell of birch and the clucks of the rock ptarmigan (lagopus muta).

Tjaldsvæðið Systragil is located nearby Hróarsstaðir farm (Rjúpa Guesthouse) in the valley of Fnjóskadalur, 13 km from Akureyri by road 833. There are many hiking trails near Systragil, leading both through the wood and also up to a nearby hill called “Vaðlaheiði”.

Tjaldsvæðið Systragil is perfectly located if you want to experience the natural wonders of North Iceland. Goðafoss ( the Waterfall of the heathen Gods, 25 km) is nearby, town of Akureyri  (13 km) and  Húsavík  (Whale watching 65 km) and Lake Mývatn (unique birdlife) where Dimmuborgir (volcanic craters)  and Mývatn Nature Baths are (60 - 75 km).

Húsafell Camping

Húsafell, 320 Reykholt í Borgarfirði

Campsite at Húsafellskógur 

The campsite at Húsafellsskógur has been a very popular camping destination for decades. The main campsite is in the middle of the woods, and most of the locations are walking distance from a swimming pool, bistro, playground, bistro restaurant and a mini-market. There are electrical points at around 70 (European style) electrical connection points. The camp site also has WCs, showers, hot and cold water as well as laundry facilities.

During summer, subject to crowd control measures as well and permit from the fire authorities, there is a campfire on Saturday night at 21:00.

The Húsafell campsite is a family focused establishment, we want our guests to enjoy the area in peace and quiet. We also want our guests to be aware of their social responsibilities around garbage disposal, BBQ´s, and recycling. Children and teenagers are not permitted at the campsite without a responsible adult. 

Campsite Rules at Húsafell

Please take care and attention to the local environment, do not leave rubbish behind. Ensure all rubbish is recycled and deposited in the containers at the entrance to the site. Be considerate of your camp neighbours. No noise disturbance between midnight (24:00= and 09:00  

  • Ensure you protect fragile shrubs and trees 
  • It is forbidden to light open fire on the campsite and it not permitted to use BBQs that are in direct contact with the ground, such as disposable BBQs 
  • Do not drive off-road and note there is max 20 km/hour (12 miles per hour) speed limit within the holiday home and campsite area.  
  • Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and you must clean up their littering.
  • Children and teenagers are only permitted if accompanied by a responsible adult 
  • Use of motocross bikes is forbidden

Please advise the camp site team if you become aware of a breach of these rules. Breach of these rules can result in expulsion from the campsite without compensation or refund of fees paid.  

You can rent volleyballs, footballs, basketballs and other entertainment from the Activity Centre. For further information, please contact the Activity Centre on 435 1556 or via email 


Prices for summer 2021
Guests are required to register at the Activity Center upon arrival and pay for their stay.

Húsafellsskógur Campsite:
Adult / Children (7-17 years old) 1 night 1.600 / 900 kr. Price per person
Adult / Children extra night 1.400/ 700kr. Price per person
Electricity connection per 24-hour period 1.350 kr.
Summer rental 69.000 kr.
Electrical point summer rental 40.000 kr. 

Connection cable for electricity 4.500 kr (buy) /1.500 (rent)

Guests are expected to check out of campsite by 13:00 on day of departure. 

Vallar Campsite
Adult / Children (7-17 years) 1 night 1.400 / 700 kr.
Adult / Child extra night 1.200 / 500 kr. 

Guests are expected to check out of campsite by 13:00 on day of departure. 

Reyðarfellsskógur Campsite
Adult / Children (7-17 years) 1 night 1.100 / 600 kr.
Adult / Child extra night 900 / 400 kr. 

Guests are expected to check out of campsite by 13:00 on day of departure 

Swimming Pool
Adult 1.500 kr.
Children: 6 – 14 years old 500 kr
10 pool sessions for adult 10.500 kr
10 pool sessions for child 3.000 kr
Towel rental 1.100 kr
Swimming kit rental 1.100 kr
Single cycle of washing 1.650 kr
Bedlinen 1.900 kr


Sveinstindur - Útivist Touring Club

Office: Laugavegur 178, 105 Reykjavík ,

GPS: N64°05,176 W18°24,946 By Langisjór. 

WC and gas for cooking.

For further information, please click Sveinstindur hut (English).

Stöðvarfjörður Camping Ground

Fjarðarbraut, 755 Stöðvarfjörður

The camping site is by the east end of the village, with facilities such as lavatories, electricity, and disposal of waste for campers. The site stands by a beautiful wooded area and offers a barbecue facility and a playground. Tourist information centre is located in Brekkan, and is open all year round.

At this camping ground you will find:

WC, electricity, tourist information centre (600 m), disposal of garbage and waste, benches and tables, barbecue area, mountain view, playground, sports field, swimming pool and hot tubs (500 m), restaurant (600 m), coffee shop (600 m), serving of alcohol (600 m), minimarket (600 m), gas station (700 m), walking trails, fishing, health care (500 m).

Open fire is not permitted, dogs are allowed on a leash.

Guests are adviced that there is no hot water at the camping site, however, the local swimming pool is just 500 m away.


  • Adults: 2000 ISK per person/per night + accommodation tax
  • Senior citizens and disabled: 1750 ISK + accommodation tax
  • Children 0 ISK - under 16 years old
  • Electricity: 1000 ISK per day

The camping ground is open between June 1st - August 31st.


Reykjahlíð/Mývatn, 701 Egilsstaðir

At Fjalladýrð Tourist Services, we provide our guests with the chance to experience traditional food, culture, and accommodation in peaceful surroundings. On our premises you will find a variety of nature walks and other forms of outdoor recreation. The Fjalladýrð team is conscious about the environment and we try to meet all the environmental challenges running a tourist service constitutes. We offer personal service, with the goal of allowing our customers to get closer to their origins. We work to achieve this by offering homemade food, traditional Icelandic rural culture and further recreation options tailored to the interests of each group or person.

Fjalladýrð offers accommodation for up to 70 people in rooms with dressed beds and private or shared facilities. A well serviced camping ground is also at hand.

The restaurant/café Fjallakaffi - "The Mountain Café" awaits you with homemade delicacies like "kleinur" and "Ástarpungar" - Icelandic doughnuts treats, not to mention the renowned Icelandic lamb meat soup, Icelandic moss-soup, local trout, and a local lamb steak. All this and more to be found on our menu.

Möðrudalur is the highest settled farm in Iceland, 469 meters ( 1548 feet) above sea-level. It has been inhabited since early settlement in Iceland. Möðrudalur has served as a presbytery for centuries. The builder of the church in Möðrudalur was Jón A. Stefánsson (1880 - 1971). He was a great farmer as well as an artist and the altarpiece is made by himself. His son was Stefán ,,Stórval" Jónsson (1908 - 1994), a one of a kind character and a painter. The panorama view from the farm is interesting in many ways - judge for yourself. Möðrudalur/Fjalladýrð is a home base of the company Volcano Heli that offers different kind of sightseeing tours: 

Our campsite is open from June to mid-September. For campers, and RVs we offer stays throughout the year depending on weather.

Last but not least we sell Icelandic woolens and handicrafts made by local people as well as some snacks.


Reykhólasveit, 380 Reykhólahreppur

Please contact for prices and booking information.


Barðaströnd, 451 Patreksfjörður

Rauðsdalur Guesthouse is a nice place in the southern Westfjords. We offer accommodation all year round in 12 rooms with shared bathroom facilities. There are cooking facilities for guests and a traditional Icelandic breakfast for those who request during summertime.

We offer accommodation in made-up beds and also sleeping bag accommodation.

Our guesthouse is conveniently located for passengers of Baldur, the Breidafjord ferry, as we are only within a 5km driving distance from the ferry docks in Brjánslæk. Below our farm is a unique sandy beach which is perfect for late summer night walks. At Rauðsdalur there is also traditional farming, primarily with sheep and cows.

Rauðsdalur is located by road 62, 50km from Patreksfjörður and 85km from Látrabjarg. Two swimming pools are nearby - 6km to Krossholt and 10km to Flókalundur. Both places also have natural hot pots

Ferðafélag Fljótsdalshéraðs - Loðmundarfjörður-Klyppstaður

Víknaslóðir, 720 Borgarfjörður eystri

The chalet of the Fljótsdalshérað Touring Club at Klyppsstaður in deserted fjord Loðmundarfjörður has a sleeping bag accommodation for up to 38 people. This is a spacious chalet, situated along the celebrated Víkurslóðir hiking route.

. Accommodation: 38 sleeping bag
. Operating time: Closed and locked during winter, wardens during summer
. GPS: N°65.21.909-W13°53.787
. Other facilities: Wood stove for heating, gas stove for cooking, extra kitchen tent, shower and toilet, drying room,
charging for telephones and cameras, coal grill and camping place.

Hotel Reykjanes

Reykjanes, 401 Ísafjörður

Reykjanes is located in Ísafjarðardjúp on northwest part of Iceland, Ísafjarðardjúp is biggest of the West Fjords in Iceland. Reykjanes is located 0.5 km from the main road to Ísafjörður. The view from Reykjanes is spectacular; there is a variety of hiking routes and you won't easily forget the unique stillness of the morning and evening.

Camp site opens early spring until late autumn (depends on weather conditions)

Patreksfjörður Camping Ground

Aðalstræti 107, 450 Patreksfjörður

The town of Patreksfjörður has a good selection of restaurants and coffee houses plus retail stores and other services.  The sports center also has a swimming pool that has one of the best views in the country. The magnificent nature in the area offers many possibilities both on your own and also in planned excursions. A touirst informatione center is also in the area.

Close by is the famous beach Rauðisandur where you can find some seals, the largest bird cliff in Europe Látrabjarg, the famous valley Selárdalur and one of the more beautiful waterfalls in Iceland Dynjandi.

Rates 2024

Adults 18 years old and older: 1775 ISK per person
Senior citizens and the disabled: 1420 ISK per person
Children under 18 y/o: Free

3 nights stay: 3720 ISK per person
4 nights stay: 4955 ISK per person
5 nights stay: 6190 ISK per person
6 nights stay: 7430 ISK per person
Week: 7665 ISK per person

Electricity pr 24 hours: 1.525 kr
Washer and dryer: 1.655 kr

Customer on campsite get 25% discount to hot pot/swimming pool.
Overnight tax is added on every night. 

Hörgsland Travel Service

Hörgsland I, 880 Kirkjubæjarklaustur

Informations about the guesthouses
Situated in a very beautiful place where anyone can go camping and hiking in a wonderful scenary, a good place for children to play and where a little forest just above the summer houses where anyone can walk through, indeed a very comfortable place to stay and just perfect to spend a vacation.
There are thirteen (13) guesthouses which are all newly built from the years 2002 and 2003 and more will be added. Each guest house are with panels and parkets on the floor and each has its own terrace.
Each guest house has a shower room, toilets, dining room and living room. Soaps, toiletries, dishtowels and table towels are also provided.
Appliances provided for each guest house includes radio cassette with CD player, television, kitchen wares, microwave oven and a refrigerator

Each house has:
 Two rooms each with a double bed and a single bed. And two beds in the ceiling rooms.
A balcony, outdoor table and a charcoal grill
Wc and a shower, soap and towles
A dining room and a Living room

The kitchen has:
Refrigerator and a microwave
Coffee maker, sandwich grill and a toaster
A stove and every common kitchen equipment

The livingroom has:
Television , radio with a cd-player, a couch and a table.

There are hot tubs in the area with massage, and a camping area with WC and showers
Camping costs 1600 kr for each person
The price for the hot tubs(1. júní – 31. ágúst) is 300 kr each person.
The WC and shower on the camping ground cost 300 kr.
Beautiful places to see, walk around the area and embrace the Icelandic nature at it’s best.
A small forest above the guesthouses, with many birds.

Glaðheimar Cottages

Brautarhvammur, 540 Blönduós

Open all year round. Accommodation in 20 well equipped cottages for altogether 110 people. Hotpots and sauna in most of the cottages. Close to all services.


Gladheimar – Picturesque cottages on the river bank Blönduós is a small, peaceful village midway between Reykjavik and Akureyri  by the mouth of the river Blanda.


Gladheimar offers a variety of picturesque cottages that are all located within a few hundred meters of the River Blanda, with many set directly on the river bank itself.   They are available in various different sizes,  well equipped and fitted with high quality furnishing.  All of our cottages have a small kitchen, refrigerator, TV and comfortable high quality furnishings. Most of them also have a natural geothermal hot tub. Gladheimar is also popular among campers and we also offer a well-equipped camping area.


●     Enjoy the privacy

●     Enjoy the silence

●     Enjoy the service in the small village

●     Enjoy the unspoiled nature


From the cottages it is only a few minute’s walk to various local services and amenities, such as restaurants, the new geothermal swimming pool, a liquor store and a small supermarket. 

There are many interesting places to visit in the Blönduós vicinity and our staff at the Glaðheimar service center are more than happy to help you to arrange sightseeing tours.  We offer free private parking on site with no reservation needed.


Located immediately opposite the cottages within the middle of the river Blanda is a small, very beautiful island called Hrútsey.  The island is a protected wildlife sanctuary but visitors are allowed access via the footbridge. The old town of Blönduós also provides an interesting walk, and you can walk along the mouth of the river to the beach - you might even see a seal head pop up! The golf course is within 3 miles and if you like to go fishing, hiking or horse riding then please contact us directly, as many options are available.


Glaðheimar - open all year!


Take a scenic drive and then enjoy the silence by relaxing in a geothermal hot tub.  Lean back in the hot water on a bright summer night or a dark winter evening - you might even see the spectacular northern lights.


Landmannahelli, 851 Hella, 851 Hella

A peaceful place in Friðland að fjallabaki (Fjallabak nature reserve) to visit for long and short time. It is especially suitable for families, special groups and in fact for everyone who wants to enjoy the peaceful and mystic mountains. There are many interesting and magnificent places in the area, for example, mount Hekla, Krakatindur, Landmannalaugar, Valagjá, and the ice caves in Reykjadalir and Hrafntinnusker.

Landmannahellir (Gps N 64 03 V 19 14 )is easily accessible for those on riding tours in the mountains, and there are good facilities for horses and tourists. There are 3 horse fences, a stable for 40 horses and enough hay. Sleeping bag accommodation is in 9 different nice cottages for 100 guests in comfortable single and double bunks. The cottages are well heated, with running water, cooking facilities and WC.

At Landmannahellir there is a nice camping site and a site for house vans, camping wagons, a lavatory, an outdoor grill, and possibilities to go trout angling in the magnificent neighbouring lakes.

The camp site at Landmannahellir is by a lawn next to the cottages.  The area is for about 50 tents.  It is possible to buy fishing license for lakes south of the river Tungnaá at Landmannahellir.  Also possible to byu accomodation in eight cottages in Landmannahellir.

The facilities at the campsite are good with a toilet, outdoor barbeque and a shower. The tourist service and accommodation centre is open from middle of June to September 16th.

Rates 2024:
Accommodation in a sleeping bag pr person is ISK 7.900, children from 7-15 years pay 3.950 and free for 6 years and younger.
Camping for adults: ISK 2.000.
Camping for children: Free for 12 years and younger.
Shower: ISK 700.

Selsskógur, Skorradalur Camping ground

Selsskógur, Skorradalur, 311 Borgarnes

Green and sheltered camping area next to the lake Skorradalsvatn. Hot and cold water, shower, WC and electricity on site and garbage container near by. Hreppslaug Swimming Pool and many marked trails along with mountains to climb nearby. This is a camping area for those who want comfort but at the same time be in a close contact to nature.

The camp site has hot and cold running water, shower, toilet and electricity. There is a garbage dumpster close by. 

Rates 2024:

Adults: 1.600,- kr.
Free for 15 years and younger
Every fourth night free
Electricity: 1.200,- kr.

Emstrur - Iceland Touring Association

Mörkin 6, 108 Reykjavík,

The huts in Emstrur on the Laugavegur trail accommodate 60 people in sleeping bags. They are equipped with gas stoves, utensils and running water. There are bathrooms and showers in a nearby building. The campground is in a small valley below. Campers have access to a shelter for cooking.  

Þjórsárdalur Camping Ground

Gnúpverjahreppur, 801 Selfoss

The camp site in Thjorsardalur is well located in a small forest. The area provides good shelter and the camp site is in different small areas in between the treas.

Kleifar-Mörk Camping Ground

Við Geirlandsveg, 880 Kirkjubæjarklaustur

The camp site Kleifar is by the road to Geirland, about 2,5 km from the town Kirkjubæjarklaustur.  By the camp site is a beautiful waterfall called Stjórnarfoss.  On a good summers day the water by the waterfall is warm enough to have a swim in it.  The camp site has two toilets, cold running water, benches and tables.  Right opposite the camp site is a football field and a short distance away is Kirkjubæjarklaustur where you can find a grocery store, restaurant and a swimming pool.

Adults:  750 kr
Children:  Free for 13 years and younger


Reykjavík Eco Campsite

Sundlaugarvegur 32, 105 Reykjavík

Reykjavík Eco Campsite is well located in Laugardalur Park and serves as a base all year round for travelers on a camping holiday. It has easy access to main transport routes and all airport and tour busses make a stop in front of the campsite & hostel. Prebooking your stay on our website is needed; for convenience and the best price, and the code to the locked RV/Camping Area.

Check-in is from 13:00 and Check out is before 11:00 on departure day.
The campsite is next to one of the most popular geothermal swimming pools and other leisure areas. 

We aim to serve as an example of sustainability in everything we do. From monitoring energy use to recycling facilities we'd like to inspire our guests to travel responsibly. We follow our Sustainability Policy and over the years we've implemented various practices to minimize the negative impact of our campsite on society as well as the environment.

These are the services included in your stay:

  • Reception & Guard at the site and/or on call
  • Guest kitchen with boiling/hot/cold water
  • Hot showers
  • Fast & free WIFI in the area
  • Pick up for excursions
  • Swop shelves for food and stuff
  • The campsite facilities are accessible by wheelchair users

Available extra services

  • Electricity for RVs
  • Campsite laundromat; washer and dryer
  • Luggage storage
  • Storage for folded bike boxes
  • Dalur Cafe & Reception at the Hostel next door.

Check our website for all further information and booking links.

Stóra-Sandfell Travel Service

Stóra-Sandfell 3, Skriðdalur, 701 Egilsstaðir

The travel service at Stóra-Sandfell is located 17 km. south of Egilsstaðir, by highway 95. When driving over the road called Öxi (which is the shortest route) or Breiðdalsheiði, the roads lie between Höfn and Egilsstaðir.

At our facilities we offer many different types of accomodations, cottages, rooms or at our campsite. We also offer horseriding tours through Sandfell‘s forest and nearby. Many lovely hiking trails are in the area.

Our accomodations are close to all of the major tourist-attractions in the Eastern Fjords.

The travel service at Stóra-Sandfell has been run by the same family for 30 years and combines experience with eastern hospitality. We put emphasis on having a good and personal contact with our all guests and want to make sure they will be able to enjoy themselves in a beautiful and relaxing enviroment, surrounded by Icelandic nature.

We do offer 10 cottages, of different types, but all are build for 2-4 persons. All of them do have a private kitchenette and access to a gas grill. Six of the cottages have private bathrooms but the other four share a bathhouse together.

The 3 rooms each have a private enterence and a small private bathroom. All rooms share a kitchen and all have access to a gas grill.

The campsite is surounded by the old birch forest and is ideal for families or induviduals with tents or campers. On the site there are dining benches, making it comfortable to eat outside in the nature.

A small stream goes through the campsite and is perfect for the younger members of the family to make a splash in.

In the restrooms we have toilets, showers and outdoor sinks with cold and hot water.

All of the horseriding tours are monitored by a guide. We always try to make sure we find a horse that suits each and every rider well. Before each trip we go over all safety rules and do some practice rounds inside a fence.

There is no fixed time for the riding tours, so all tours are planned individually. The minimum number of riders is 2 for each trip and the maximum is 10 riders.

We are open as follows:
The accommodation is open from May 15th – September 15th.
The horse rental is open from June 1th – September 15th.
The campsite is open from June 1th – August 31th.

For further information and reservations, please go to our website or contact us through phone or e-mail.

Siglufjordur camping ground

Gránugata 24, 580 Siglufjörður

The campsite in Siglufjörður is located in the center of the town, next to the pier and the square. All services, museum, and activities are only about 5-10 minutes away. South of the avalanche protection guard is another area for those who want a little more peace and quiet. From that campsite, there is a short distance to the golf course and for bird watching. There is about 10 minutes walk downtown from the latter campsite.

 The campsites are normally open from May 15th to October 15th.

 Phone for information during the summertime is 345+843-9892

 Rates 2021

  • Adults: 1.400 ISK.
  • Senior citizens and the disabled: 1.200 ISK.
  • FREE for 16 years and younger
  • Accommodation tax: 333 ISK.
  • Electricity: 1.200 ISK.
  • Washing machine 500 ISK. pr. wash
  • Dryer 500 ISK pr. load

 Camping site guard:

Guðmundur (Gummi). Phone number: 354- 663-5560

Info centre Fjallabyggð tel: 35- 464-9215


Byggðavegur, 245 Suðurnesjabær

On the campsite is a servicehouse that contains a bathroom, showers, outdoor-sinks (hot and cold water), also possible to use a washer and a dryer. Handicap accessible bathrooms and showers. On the campsite is acess to electricity and service for campers.

Bíldudalur Camping Ground

Hafnarbraut 3, 465 Bíldudalur

Rates 2023 (in ISK):
Adults (18 and older): 1.775

Senior citizens and the disabled: 1.420
Children 15 years and younger: Free

3 night stay: 3.720
6 night stay: 7.430
Week stay: 8.665

Electricity: 1.525 per day
Washing machine and dryer: 1.655 per load.

Grunnavík Travel Service

Grunnavík í Jökulfjörðum, 401 Ísafjörður

Operated during the summer in Grunnavík in Jökulfirðir. Please contact us for prices and booking information.


Reykjahverfi, 641 Húsavík

Heidarbaer in Reykjahverfi is between Husavík and Mývatn, 20 km away from Husavík, at the road 87 and 35 km from Myvatn. At Heidarbaer there is a shop, restaurant, swimming pool, camping place and a sleeping-bag accommodation. From here it is not far to the main attractions of north-east Iceland, for example Myvatn, Godafoss, Asbyrgi, Jokulsargljufur og Laxa í Adaldalur.

Hveravellir is in only 300m from Heiðarbær and there you can see this gleyser

The camping ground is open from June 1st - September 10th.  
Please contact for prices and booking information.

Bolungarvik Campsite

Höfðastígur 1, 415 Bolungarvík

The camp site of Bolungarvik is near the Bolungarvík swimming pool.

A service house is attached to the camp site, where there is a dining room for guests of the camp site with cooking facilities.

There is also laundry facilities in the service house with a washing machine and dryer and toilet and toilet facilities, but during the opening of the swimming pool you can also use the toilet and the bathroom. The camp site has electricity, outdoor cables and a coal grill.

Rates 2023

Adult (16 years or older): 1.800 kr
Children 15 years old and younger: free
First night extra fee: 800 kr.
Electricity: 1.000 kr pr 24 hours
Washing machine: 1.100 kr
Shower in Árbær: 400 kr

Every fourth night is free.

The camp site in Bolungarvík accepts the Camping card. 

Hvítárnes - Iceland Touring Association

Mörkin 6, 108 Reykjavík,

The hut in Hvítárnes accommodates 30 people in sleeping bags. It is equipped with gas stoves, utensils and running water. There are bathrooms in a building nearby. The campground is located near the bathroom building.  

Skagaströnd Camping Ground

Hólabraut 35, 545 Skagaströnd

The camp site is in a sheltered and quiet place facing the sun during the day. In the middle of the area there is a mound where an old farm used to be. The area is sheltered to the north and east by small cliffs called Hólaberg.

In the service house there are toilets, washing machine and facilities to eat and do the dishes.

Thera are also a lot of information for travellers such as two excellent pamphlets on walking paths on Spákonufellshöfða and the mountain Spákonufell. There is also a guest book that guests are asked to write their names in.

Opening time

May to september

Hrafnagil Camping site

Hrafnagilsskóli, 601 Akureyri

The family camp site Hrafnagil is located next to the school in Hrafnagil, about 10 km from Akureyri. It has plenty of growth and natural beauty. Visitors are free from the racket of “city” life but still close to all services. Many walking paths are close by.

The christmas house is a short walk away where you can experience the christmas spirit all year round. A short drive away you can also find the coffee house Holtsels Hnoss where you can buy coffee, icecakes and homemade icecream. Other activites close by are is a horse rental, golf courses, museums, galleries and much more.

The facilities are quite good with toilets, playground, hot and cold running water, swimming pool next door and a washing machine.

The craftsman festival is held yearly the second weekend in august.

Rates 2022
Children, 17 years and younger:  Free when traveling with adults.
Adults (tent or camper): ISK  1.500 pr person.
Electricity: ISK 1000 pr 24 hours.

Lava Hostel

Hjallabraut 51, 220 Hafnarfjörður

Lava Hostel offers a low-price accommodation in Hafnarfjörður a town known for elves and Vikings. In this great atmosphere, we offer rooms for up to eight people, a sleeping bag dorm for larger groups and a campsite. Guests are welcome to use our Wi-fi, laundry facility, kitchen and dining area. Lava Hostel is only 20 minutes drive from Reykjavik city center and in a walking distance from the center of Hafnarfjörður.

Lava Hostel is surrounded with Lava and nature, located next to a public park. The hostel is close to bus stops, shops, restaurants, museums, swimming pool, fly bus stops and various activities. If your mind is torn between the city life and the quiet nature Lava Hostel is the place for you. We offer you the best of both worlds.

If you are looking for a family friendly campsite near Reykjavik, Hafnarfjörður Camping is the place for you. The campsite is close to shops, restaurants, swimming pool and many tourist activities. Bus stops for the city bus and fly bus are nearby. The airport is 30 minutes drive away. We are situated in a beautiful green park surrounded by lava near the town center of Hafnarfjörður. However, downtown Reykjavik is only a 20 minutes drive away, so you still remain close to the action. Facilities include access to WC, showers, hot and cold water, laundry facility as well as internet, kitchen and a dining area located in Lava hostel. Electricity can be rented for campervans for a small fee.

Lava hostel and Hafnarfjörður camping is run by Hraunbúar scouts.


Holta- og Landsveit (vegur/road 26), 851 Hella

Rjúpnavellir in Rangárþing Ytra is a small and comfortable resort in south of Iceland. It is located only 9 km from the famous volcano - Hekla, about 90 minutes drive from Reykjavík.

At Rjúpnavellir, there are sleeping bag accommodations for 44 people in two comfortable cabins and 3 cottages for 4-8 people each. Our guest have access to free wifi. We also have small camp side.

Staying at Rjúpnavellir is great way to experience Iceland. It is close to the highlands; places like Landmannalaugar, Hrafntinnusker, Veiðivötn and Fjallabak. The cabins are ideally located for those interested in hiking and/or riding tours, enjoying the unspoiled nature or simply travel around. Hiking on the volcano skirts is an exhilarating and unforgettable experience.

GPS POINTS N64° 2' 3.857" W19° 50' 6.233"

Vík Camping Ground

Klettsvegur 7, 870 Vík

Vik Campsite is located only 1 km from Vik village center. The campsite can accomadate up to 250 person in tents, cabins, cars and caravans. The campsite is one of the largest in Iceland and no reservations are required. There is electricity board for 36 cars and facilities to empty car-toilets. We also offer accommodation in cabins.

Þingborg camp site

Þingborg, 801 Selfoss

The camp site is on a flat grass near highway no 1. The camp site is next to the community house Þingborg and is ideal for groups who need to rent the community house.

Þingeyraroddi Camping Ground

Íþróttamiðstöðin, 470 Þingeyri

The Þingeyri campground offers excellent facilities in a brand new, wheelchair acessible service building with a kitchen and showers. The campground also offers electriciti and lavatory disposal for motorhomes, as well as a beach volleyball court and a play area for children. Visitors can also access a washing machine and a dryer.

The campground is located next to the swimming pool and sports hall where visitors can enjoy swimming, or simply relax in the hot pool or sauna. Those who are more actice can workout in the gym, use some of the numerous hiking routes in the area, rent a bike nearby or go for a horse riding tour. 

Þingeyri and the neighboring area is also the home to a florishing cultural life with museums and cafés.  The town also has one hotel and a minimarket at the N1 petrol station. 

Price 2023

Adults: 1.900 kr
- fourth night free
+67 years old 1.330 kr
- fourth night free
Children, 16 year olds and younger: Free if they are in company with an adult
Electricity: 1.300 kr
Washing machine: 1.100 kr
Tumble dryer: 1.100 kr 

Borgarfjörður Eystri Campsite

Álfaborg, 720 Borgarfjörður eystri

Campsite with a service building, showers, drying cabinets, electricity for small devices, and good facilities for camping vehicles.

Bakkafjörður camping ground

Skólagata 5, 685 Bakkafjörður

The Camp Site at Bakkafjörður is located in the center of the village.

Electricity is available for campers as well as bathing facilities in the nearby Guest House.

Bakkafjörður village is at one end of the Arctic Coast Way, see

Nearby are many nearby hiking trails, such as on Digranes or to Viðvík.

One of the country's oldest wooden church and the parish church of Bakkafjörður is at Skegurstaður, which was built in 1845.

At Bakkafjörður there is now a guesthouse next to the Camp Site and a small shop and with a café by the old arbor.

A petrol/gas automat is located by the café.

A playground for young children is at the Guest House.

The main foundation of Bakkafjörður village is rich fishing grounds in nearby waters. Currently, there are some fish processing plants and several small fishing vessels that bring regularly fresh fish ashore at the new harbor, which is one the largest of its kind in the country.

Near Bakkafjörður there is a swimming pool in Thorshofn village, a shop and more services. An outdoor swimming pool is at nearby Selárdalur

Ulfljótsvatn Scout Centre

Úlfljótsvatn, 805 Selfoss

One of the largest public campsites in Iceland is owned and run by the Scout movement at Úlfljótsvatn Outdoor and Scout Centre. With a family friendly setting, the staff runs activities during weekends from June to August. Indoor accommodatin is available by advanced booking.


Our campers can enjoy a great outdoor surrounding, with plenty of opportunities for self-led hikes and activities. On-site you will find a football pitch, a volleyball field, two obstacle courses (one of them being on water!), climbing net, frisbee golf course, football golf course and more.

During high season weekends our staff runs activities for campers, such as climbing, archery and paddling. Check for timings at the on-site Service Center.

Fishing within the campsite perimeter is included in the camp fee. So are hot showers and access to a small kitchen/dining room in the Service Center that also hosts a small shop with soft drinks, sweets and camping gear.
Electricity connections are available, as well as laundry washing and dumping and refilling for RV‘s.

Groups can book accommodation, activities, meals, equipment rental and transportation through our international website or at

Úlfljótsvatn is located right at the heart of South Iceland, making it an ideal place for your „base camp“ during your exploration of the South.
And best of all? Your visit will help us offer a great outdoor adventure to children and young people!

Langbrok Café

Kirkjulækur, 861 Hvolsvöllur

Camp site usually open from 1. april to 30. september.

Please contact for further information.


Laufskálar 2, 851 Hella (Rangárvallaafréttur),

Semi primitive facilities, stable.

Ferðafélag Fljótsdalshéraðs - Sigurðarskáli


. Accommodation: 75 sleeping bags
Operating time: Closed and locked during winter, wardens during summer
. Telephone: 863 9236
. GPS: N64°44.850-W16°37.890.
Other facilities: 
Oil stove for heating. Gas stove for cooking. Toilets and showers. Camping place.

Hauganes Camping Area

Hauganes, 621 Dalvík

In Hauganes, near the harbor, is a recently established camping area which is open during the summer season. A great place for tents, camping trailers and vans that need access to electricity, WC and facility for washing dishes. It is located right next to the Black beach Hot Tubs where there are showering facilities. The restaurant Baccalá bar is also within a short walking distance. 

The camping area is located in a peaceful area, sheltered from the northern winds

Dalakofinn Campsite

Laugar, Reykjadalur, 650 Laugar

Dalakofinn camping area is located next to the sports field in Laugar. The swimming pool and a 6 hole golf course are in walking distances from the camping area.

In the field house are toilets, showers, washing machine and a tumble dryer. On the upper floor is cooking facilities with chairs and tables along with sleeping bag area.

The camping area has free wireless internet.

Opening time:
1st of May - 15th of September.

Adult pr. night: 1.800 isk
Free for children under age of 14
Electricity: 700 isk pr. night
Washing machine: 700 isk pr. use
Tumble dryer: 700 isk pr. use
Sleeping bag pr. night: 3.000 isk

Hotel Flókalundur

Vatnsfirði, 451 Patreksfjörður

Hótel Flókalundur is a small family-run hotel in Vatnsfjörður, on the south coast of the Westfjords. The hotel was built in 1966 by the Local Region Association Barðstrendingafélagið, but prior to that, a restaurant was in operation on this location since 1961 and Vatnsfjörður has always been a popular visiting place for tourists in the area.

Hotel Flokalundur has 27 single or double bedrooms and one suite. All rooms are equipped with a bathroom.

All rooms are fully furnished and breakfast is included in the price.

One room is accessible by wheelchair.

A small Restaurant is located at Hotel Flokalundur and is open every day from 7:30 till  23:00 for all guests in the area.

A Breakfast Buffet is served from 07:30 till 10:00.

Lunch is served from 11:00 till 14:00 where the Meal of the Day is available, along with a menu of small dishes that can be ordered through the whole day.

Dinner is served off the Dinner Menu from 18:00 till 21:00 with emphasis on fresh seafood, local game and other meat dishes. The Restaurants offers a selection of alcoholic beverages. The bar is open until 23:00.

The Camping Site, with it’s beautiful view over the fjord, is situated close to the Hotel.

On the Camping Site there is ample space for tents and camping trailers.

There is access to electricity and in a Facility Hut there are WC, hot and cold water faucets, showers and facilities for dishwashing.

The Camping Site is open from June 15th till September 10th.

Next to the hotel we have a small fuel station (automatic pumps) and a minimarket that is open between 11:00 and 18:00 during the summer.

Laugarvatn Camping Ground

Háholt 2c, 840 Laugarvatn

Spacious and well located camp site.  All service is close by, for example a store and restaurants.  The age limit is 18 years except when accompanied by an adult. There should be quiet at the camp site after 24:00 so the guests can sleep in piece and quiet during the night.

Rates 2021
Price pr. night
16 years and older: ISK 2.000
Child (10-16 years): ISK 1.000
Electricity pr. unit: ISK 1.000
Access to showers included ! 

Please set up your camper or tent. The manager will come and collect in the evening or in the morning.
Campsite manager phone (+354) 771-4777

Camping 66.12° north

Mánárbakki, 641 Húsavík

The campsite is close to the sea in the Tjörnes peninsula and the view to the sea is great.

There is not many places in Iceland with as beautiful sunset as well as lot of bird life in the area.

The facilities are good with toilets and warm showers as well as toilets for the disabled.

There is also an indoor cooking and dining facilities.

The travelling distance to Ásbyrgi is about 35 km and 24 km to Húsavík. To lake Mývatn is about 80 km and 100 km to Akureyri.


Flaga, 881 Kirkjubæjarklaustur

Hólaskjól is located on the highland route, Fjallabaksleið Nyrðri, about 35 km. from the main # 1 road.  You pass through the Skaftártunga area, road # 208, onto the Fjallabaksleið Nyrðri, road # F208. This is a coarse gravel road, but in summer it is passable by all types of vehicles. There are no unbridged rivers on the way.

From Hólaskjól it is about 6 km. to the Eldgjá canyon. Shortly before you reach Eldgjá there is a small unbridged river, that quite often can only be forded by 4X4 vehicles.

Hólaskjól is located at the foot of Lambaskarðshólar hills, at the edge of a lava field originating from an eruption in Eldgjá during the years 934-940. Hólaskjól is in a peaceful, sheltered area with beautiful surroundings. Only a 5 minute walk away is a very impressive waterfall in the river Syðri Ófæra. Itt resembles a smaller version of the well-known Gullfoss, or Golden Falls, and is therefore often called Little Gullfoss or Silver Falls.

At Hólaskjól there is the main lodge on two floors, with sleeping bag accommodations in bunks for 61 persons. There are WC´s and showers on both floors and also cooking facilities with gas stoves and utensils for cooking and eating. 

There are also a few huts that are possible to rent with or without bed linen. The huts have gas stoves, utensils for cooking and eating, WC, and cold running water.

There is good space available for tents and campers. The campsite has tables and chairs, toilets and showers. 

  • Sleeping bag in a hut
  • Cottages with WC, kitchen, and showers (bunker beds for 4): 
  • Camping
  • Cabin by Langisjór, incl. fishing permit: 
    • Sleeping bag accommodation, bunker bed for 4 plus a sofabed for 2
    • Fishing permit in Langisjór 

Gps unit: 64° 7,144'N, 18° 25,689'W (ISN93: 527.862, 401.918) 

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