The ferry trip over is about $15 for a round trip. The island is a great place to hike. Seeing the old ruins of the fish factory and village was very interesting. The old schoolhouse is a treat. Great place for a walk and a...More
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An interesting place to visit and get a panorama of Reykjavik. There are several walking trails to ruins and some buildings.
An island that is accessible by a small ferry boat, costs £20 each return ticket. The trip is only 5 minutes and there are only a few crossings each day. The island has sparse facilities, toilets and a cafe, that had no food when we...More
This small island off the coast of Reykjavik is a mini adventure that can only be reached by ferry. A leisurely hike around the island is the perfect afternoon activity. From there, you can see exquisite views of the city waterfront area. While it may...More
We made our way to the old harbour @ 9pm and boarded the sleek the modern yacht. We sat on the top deck as we thought we could brave the cold and get a good view, ha, ha. As the boat made it's way slowly...More
Take the ferry over to Videy and enjoy a picnic in the lighter and slightly-warmer summer months. There's a few things to look at here but you'll be stretched to spend an entire day here.
The waterfalls are an awe-inspiring natural phenomenon and no visit to Iceland would be complete without seeing them. There is also an excellent shop at the site with a wide selection of clothing and gifts.
The ferry to the island seemed pretty expensive, and Beware the few buildings that are there are completely closed in the winter! But the views were spectacular and the Imagine Peace monument (Yoko Ono's tribute to John Lennon) was beautiful. Watch out for the wind...More
We took the first Saturday ferry (1315) and spent just under two hours on the island. We took a taxi to the ticket office (not sure if there is any other way) and easily bought ticket about 20 minutes before boarding. The day was off...More