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Eyjolfsstadir forest

A walk in the woods is considered a real treat in Iceland, with only about 1% of the island covered by a forest. Eyjolfsstadir farm is a part of forestry program, where more than 120 hectares (1.200.000 m2) of forest has been planted since 1990. It also has one of the old and original Birch forests, that for half a century the Iceland Forest Service (Skógrækt Ríkisins) has been planting as well as preserving the old forest. There you'll find great hiking trails and a magnificent view over to the Lake Lagarfljót.


Vök Baths

Vök Baths is a geothermal destination on the beautiful Lake Urriðavatn in East Iceland. Located only 15-kilometers north of Eyjólfsstaðir Guesthouse. Vök Baths is Iceland’s newest geothermal destination and boasts the country’s first and only series of floating pools, allowing guests to soak in the hot water, within and surrounded by the lake.

Egilsstadir Swimming Pool

The swimming pool at Egilsstadir is a great place to relax and get a good workout. An outdoor swimming pool with hot tubs and a water slide, located at the center of town.

Hengifoss Waterfall

Hengifoss is the third highest waterfall in Iceland, 128 meters. It is located in Hengifossá in Fljótsdalshreppur, East Iceland. It is surrounded by basaltic strata with thin, red layers of clay between the basaltic layers.

Icelandic Wilderness Center

The Wilderness Center is an authentic and peaceful hideaway, located right by the edge of Northern Europe’s biggest wilderness. At the Wilderness Center our guests experience the spirit of the past through a variety of services: unique accommodation, local food, exhibitions, horse riding and hiking, day tours, escorted tours and tailor-made tours.


Historical site with the ruins of a 16th century monastery. Cultural Centre in home of the writer Gunnar Gunnarsson, built in 1939. Exhibitions and personal guided tours every day in summer.

Snæfellsstofa - Visitor centre

Visitor and Information Centre for the eastern territory of Vatnajökull National Park. Exhibition about nature and life in the highlands, multimedia and educational activities for children. Souvenir shop on site. Free admission.

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