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Patreksfjörður Camping Ground

The town 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 view 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 2019 (in ISK):

Adults: 1.600
Children 15 years and younger: Free

3 night stay: 3.000
6 night stay: 5.900
Week stay: 7.000

Electricity: 1.300
Washing machine: 1.100

Accommodation tax will be added to the price.

Patreksfjörður Camping Ground

Aðalstræti 107

GPS Points N65° 35' 28.619" W23° 58' 26.749"

+354 849-8502

Opening period 28/05 - 15/09
Service Waste tank discharge Picnik area Dogs allowed Public lavatory Walking path Dumpsters Petrole station Coffe shop Restaurant Swimming pool Cooking facilities Washing machine Sports field Shower Tourist shop Play ground
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Patreksfjörður Golf club
Golf Courses
  • Vestur-Botn
  • 450 Patreksfjörður
  • 846-1362
For the Children
18.28 km

The hot natural pools close to the town of Talknafjordur are called "Pollurinn" by locals. It is in good use throughout the year by the local people who love to visit the pools to admire the extraordinary view over the fjord.
The Pools are situated few minute drive from town just above the road number 617. A small cabin is besides the pools for undressing and storing your clothes.

Admittance is free but there is a donation box.

There are no restrooms on the location and camping is forbidden.

History and Culture
19.96 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.


Vinahus museum
  • Brunnar 18 / Haukur Már Sigurðsson
  • 450 Patreksfjörður
  • 892-5561
Cafe Dunhagi
Tourist Information Centres
  • Sveinseyri
  • 460 Tálknafjörður
  • 662-0463
Húsið-House of Creativity
  • Eyrargata
  • 450 Patreksfjörður
  • 695-7620, 831-1255
Exhibition: "The French Fishermen and the Old Time."
  • Mýrar 8
  • 450 Patreksfjörður
  • 456-1140, 892-5059


Cafe Dunhagi
Tourist Information Centres
  • Sveinseyri
  • 460 Tálknafjörður
  • 662-0463

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