Information à propos de Bjarteyjarsandur

Bjarteyjarsandur is a family farm in west Iceland, where visitors can enjoy an authentic, rural Icelandic experience.

Located in Hvalfjörður, just north of Reykjavík, the farm offers guests to help them with traditional activities such as sheep-shearing, mussel-collecting from the shore, and wild berry picking. Different activities are available at different times of the year. Food tours are also available here.

Bjarteyjarsandur prides itself on its environmental sustainability, with much of its produce being wild, and its livestock being organic and free range. It is possible to stay in cottages or on the campsite at the farm.

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