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Hotels & Accommodation in Vik

Hotels & Accommodation in Vik

Compare prices and availability of hotels in Vik, southern Iceland. Stay in a charming town close to the Reynisfjara beach, Reynisdrangar rocks and Dyrholaey cliffs


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Frequently asked questions

What are the best outdoor activities in Vik?

There are many activities that you can enjoy in Vik. For example, you can visit a natural ice cave, go glacier hiking, join an snowmobiling tour, paragliding, quad biking and ice climbing, among others. You can also visit the beautiful natural wonders that surrounds the village. Everything depends on what your preferences are and how much time you will spend there.

Can I go to a natural ice cave if I book a hotel at Vik?

Yes. From Vik you can visit the natural ice cave in Katla in the Mýrdalsjökull glacier, an 800-year-old ice cave with black, white, and blue ice. Unlike the ice caves in Vatnajokull glacier, the Katla ice cave is open and accessible all year round. Please note that it is not possible to access the ice cave without a professional guide and you will need to book a tour in advance.

What are the most famous attractions near Vik?

Vik is conveniently located in the South Coast of Iceland, midway between Reykjavik and Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. During your stay in Vik you can visit Reynisfjara black sand beach, Reynisdrangar sea-stacks, Dyrholaey rock arch, the DC-3 wreck at Sólheimasandur, and join some adventure tours in Solheimajökull and Mýrdalsjökull glaciers.

Are there any 4-star hotels in Vik?

Although there aren't any 4-star hotels in Vik, there are many 3-star hotels that provide with spacious and comfortable Superior or Deluxe rooms for a quality stay in the South of Iceland.

How do I get to Vik from Reykjavik?

The distance between Reykjavik and Vik is of approximately 187 km and the total driving time is about 2.5 hours but it will take you longer as you will be stopping often to visit the wonderful sights of the South Coast of Iceland.