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Patreksfjörður Swimming pool

A beautiful outdoor pool which offers a spectacular view over the fjord. The pool is 16,5 x 8 meters, two hot pots and one small pool, sauna.

Gym with technogym facilities and a 900 m2 sport arena

Opening hours

Summer (May 15 - September 15).
Pool and gym:

Mondays - Fridays: 08:00-21:30
Saturdays and Sundays: 10:00-18:00

Winter (September 15 - May 15).


Mondays - Thursdays: 08:00-09:00 og 16:00-21:00
Fridays: 08:00-09:00 og 16:00-19:30
Saturdays and Sundays: 11:00-15:00


Mondays - Thursdays: 07:00-21:00
Fridays: 07:00-19:30
Saturdays and Sundays: 10:00-15:00

Patreksfjörður Swimming pool

Aðalstræti 55

GPS Points N65° 35' 46.226" W23° 59' 14.658"

+354 456-1301

Opening period All year
Categories Swimming Pools

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For the Children
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Garðar BA

Garðar BA is Iceland's oldest steel ship now placed on the beach near Patreksfjörður. The ship is a popular stop for travellers. The peculiar location of the ship and it's industrial and rustic surface makes it an interesting photography location. Originally the ship came to Iceland during WWII and got the name Siglunes SI 89. In 1963 the ship's engine was recplaced and it's name changed to Garðar BA 64. In 1981 the ship was in bad condition and declared unsafe for service. It now lies in Skápadalur in Patreksfjörður in a shallow shore.

For the Children
14.07 km

In Patreksfjörður fjord there is a small beautiful waterfall.

History and Culture
20.75 km
The whaling station in Suðureyri

Suðureyri is located in the district of Tálknafjarðarhreppur. Suðureyri is situated on the south side of the fjord of Tálknafjörður and was the location of an old whaling station built at the end of the 19th century by Norwegian whale hunters. The station was on and off operation for around 50 years until the year 1939 and is now deserted. During its busiest times around 110 people lived and worked at the station. Today the great buildings are grand monuments of times past.

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