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Hotels & Accommodation in Djupivogur

Book your place to stay in Djupivogur for an unforgettable stay in the Eastfjords of Iceland. Enjoy the beautiful ocean views and peaceful rest in this quiet village.

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Why stay in Djupivogur?

Djupivogur, a small fishing village located on the east coast of Iceland, may not be the most well-known travel destination in the country, but it is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. With its stunning landscapes and cultural heritage, Djupivogur offers a unique experience for travelers seeking a quiet retreat away from the crowds.

When it comes to accommodation options, Djupivogur has a variety of choices to suit different tastes and budgets. From cozy guesthouses to luxurious hotels, visitors can find a comfortable and welcoming place. Many of the hotels and guesthouses in Djupivogur offer spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and sea, providing a serene and peaceful atmosphere.

In addition to its beautiful scenery and charming accommodations, Djupivogur has plenty to offer in terms of activities and attractions. Visitors can explore the village's museums, art galleries, and historic sites or participate in outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, and birdwatching. Whatever your interests may be, Djupivogur is a destination that is sure to leave a lasting impression.

Frequently asked questions

What part of Djupivogur should I stay in?

Djupivogur is a small village, so you can easily access all of its attractions no matter where you stay. However, the most popular area for accommodations is the harbor area, which offers stunning views of the bay and the surrounding mountains. This area is home to several hotels and guesthouses, as well as restaurants and cafes, so you'll have plenty of options for dining and entertainment.

If you prefer a quieter and more secluded setting, you might want to consider staying in a guesthouse or cottage outside of the town center. Some of these accommodations are located on the hills overlooking the village, providing breathtaking views of the bay and the surrounding landscape.

What is the best accommodation in Djupivogur?

The best accommodation in Djupivogur is Berunes HI Hostel, with a rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars with over 230 reviews This hostel boasts an impressive view of a mountain range on one side and a seafront on the other. Berunes HI Hostel’s old farmhouse charm, with its modern rooms and facilities, makes it an excellent choice for travelers.

What is the best hotel in Djupivogur?

The best hotel in Djupivogur is the Hotel Framtid, with a rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars from over 275 travelers. This hotel is conveniently located by the picturesque local harbor and offers daily breakfast for its guests.

What popular attractions are close to Djupivogur?

Djupivogur is located in a beautiful and remote part of Iceland. Surrounded by stunning natural scenery in the East Fjords, which are known for their picturesque fishing villages and abundant wildlife. Some popular attractions near Djupivogur include:

Vatnajokull glacier, the largest glacier in Europe, is just a few hours' drive from Djupivogur.

The beautiful Sveinstekksfoss waterfall is located very close to the village and is worth seeing in person.

A short boat ride from Djupivogur will take you to Papey island, home to a large population of seabirds and named after Irish monks that are said to have lived in Iceland in the 9th century.

The Eggs at Merry Bay, an art installation by Sigurdur Gudmundsson, consists of 34 concrete eggs, each representing a different species of bird that lived in the region.

What is there to do in Djupivogur?

Djupivogur may be a small town, but it has plenty to offer visitors who are looking for a unique and authentic Icelandic experience. Here are some of the top things to do in Djupivogur:

Take this Amazing 5-Hour Sightseeing Tour of East Iceland Hidden Gems with a professional guide.

If you prefer to sail on the tranquil sea, this Relaxing 2-Hour Kayaking Tour in Eastfjords from Djupivogur offers a stunning view of the Bulandstindur mountain and a chance to meet the unique local wildlife.

You can also explore Breiddalur valley and Berufjordur fjord with this Small-Group 8-Hour Shore Excursion Tour with Hidden Gems, which starts from Djupivogur.

Is breakfast included in the room rate at most hotels in Djupivogur?

Many hotels and guesthouses in Djupivogur offer breakfast as part of the room rate, but it's always best to check with the specific property before booking.

Is there a domestic airport near Djupivogur that offers flights from Reykjavik?

The nearest domestic airport from which you can get directly to Reykjavik is located in Egilsstadir, about 53 miles (86 kilometers) north of Djupivogur. Another option is Hornafjordur Airport in Hofn, located about 60 miles (100 kilometers) south of Djupivogur.

Do hotels in Djupivogur offer free parking and free Wi-Fi?

Yes, accommodations in Djupivogur offer free parking and free Wi-Fi.

Is there a place to stay in Djupivogur that has facilities suitable for the whole family?

Yes, there are places to stay in Djupivogur that have all the necessary facilities for the whole family. A popular option for families is booking one of the many cottages outside of town, which can host up to 4 people each.

How do I get around Djupivogur?

Djupivogur is a small village, and getting around is relatively easy. Most of the popular attractions and accommodations in Djupivogur are located within walking distance of each other, and the village is pedestrian-friendly.

If you're interested in exploring the surrounding areas, renting a car is the most convenient option. Alternatively, there are guided tours available that take you to nearby attractions.

How far is Djupivogur from Reykjavik?

The small fishing settlement of Djupivogur is located about 340 miles (550 kilometers) east of Reykjavik, in a region called the East Fjords.
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