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Bíldudalur Camping Ground

In the town Bíldudalur is diverse activities. There is the unique Monster museum as well as the music museum. It is possible to take shorter and longer trips by boat, sailing or fishing. There are also many beautiful and interesting attractions close by such as the valley Selárdalur and the museum about Jón Sigurðsson in Hrafneyri.

The beautiful nature offers many possibilities to go on your own but there are also many planned excursions close by. Attractions close by are for example the waterfall Dynjandi, a hot spring in the fjord Reykjafjörður, the beach Rauðisandur, the largest bird cliffs in europe Látrabjarg and much more.

Rates 2019 (in ISK):
Adults (15 and older): 1.850
Children 15 years and younger: Free

3 night stay: 3.100
6 night stay: 6.050
Week stay: 7.200

Electricity: 1.300 per day
Washing machine and dryer: 1.400 per load

Accommodation tax will be added to the price.

Bíldudalur Camping Ground

Hafnarbraut 3

GPS Points N65° 41' 1.000" W23° 36' 10.958"
Telephone

+354 450-2354

Opening period 01/06 - 31/08
Service Waste tank discharge Picnik area Dogs allowed Public lavatory Thunderbox toilet Walking path Dumpsters Petrole station Coffe shop Restaurant Sports field Shower Tourist shop Play ground
Categories Camping

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