정보: Árskógssandur

Árskógssandur is tiny, but has a lot to entertain visitors with.Photo above from Wikimedia, Creative Commons, by Bromr

Árskógssandur is a small community in north Iceland, nestled against the fjord Eyjafjörður.

Located between the larger settlements of Dalvík and Akureyri, Árskógssandur has more to it than its humble population of just around 130 people may suggest. It is the departure point for those taking the ferry over to Hrísey Island, and the location of the Kaldi brewery and beer spa, which are open to visitors.

Whale-watching, day hikes, and even group activities such as laser tag and paintball are all available and popular in the area.

주변 서비스 Árskógssandur

서비스 전체 - 50km 반경

주변 관광지 Árskógssandur

Hauganes

Credit: Wikimedia, Creative Commons. Photo by Allihjelm. Hauganes is a village, located within fjord Eyjafjörður in North Iceland with a&nbs...

보기

Hrísey

Wikimedia, Creative Commons, Photo by Smiley.toerist Hrísey is an island in the fjord Eyjafjörður of north Iceland of around 200 peop...

보기

Strýtur

  The Strytur in are giant submarine geothermal silica cones that rise like towers from the seafloor at Ystuvik and Arnarnes in the fjord E...

보기

Grenivík

  Grenivik is a fishing village of about 300 people in the fjord Eyjafjordur in North Iceland. It has many attractions nearby and is near to som...

보기

Dalvík

Dalvík is a village within the municipality of Dalvíkurbyggð in North Iceland, with a population of approximately 1,400 people. ...

보기

Hjalteyri

Hjalteyri is a community of around 40 people, located on the western shores of Eyjafjordur in North Iceland. Until the early 20th century it was one...

보기

Svarfadardalur

Svarfaðardalur is a wide, fertile and densely populated valley in north Iceland, dotted with quintessential farmsteads, gurgling streams and surro...

보기

Laufás

Laufás is a turf house located in north Iceland. It is approximately 20 minute’s drive from the ‘Capital of the North’, Aku...

보기

Eyjafjörður

Eyjafjörður is a fjord in North Iceland, over 70 kilometres (47 miles) in length from the mouth to the bottom of the fjord. Features of Ey...

보기

Ólafsfjörður

Ólafsfjörður is a town in North Iceland with a population of approximately 785 people.  The town is located in a fjord of the ...

보기

Svalbarðseyri

Svalbarðseyri is a village of approximately 245 inhabitants in the north Icelandic district of Svalbarðsströnd. Located on the east coas...

보기

Fnjóskadalur

Fnjoskadalur is a valley in South-Thingeyjarsysla county in North Iceland. It is home to Vaglaskogur, the country's largest birch forest. The r...

보기

Drekagil

Drekagil is a canyon located in North Iceland. Its name translates to Dragon Gully, due to the impressive, twisted lava formations that define it. ...

보기

아쿠레이리

Akureyri, ‘The Capital of the North’ is a town in the fjord Eyjafjörður in North Iceland. It lies just 100 kilometres (62 miles...

보기

Akureyrarkirkja

Akureyrarkirkja is a Lutheran church in the town Akureyri in North Iceland. It is one of the town’s most distinctive landmarks. The...

보기

Fossatún

Fossatún is a country hotel, renowned for being a centre to learn about Iceland’s troll folklore. Nearby are Troll Waterfal...

보기

Skjalfandafljot

Skjálfandafljót is a glacier river that has its source at Vatnajökull, Europe's largest glacier. It is 180 kilometres long, mak...

보기

시글루피요르두르

Siglufjörður is a town of about 1,300 people, located in North Iceland. It is the northernmost town of the mainland. Along with its natura...

보기

Kjarnaskógur

Kjarnaskógur is a forest just outside Akureyri Township, and one of the largest forests in the country. It belongs to the Akureyri Municip...

보기

Súlur

Wikimedia. Creative Commons. Credit: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason.  Súlur is a mountain found to the south west of Iceland...

보기