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Hagavöllur, a nine hole golf course.

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Seven Peaks Hike. By climbing seven of the peaks surrounding the fjord, one can become ‘Seyðisfjörður’s Mountain Viking’.

An easy and pleasant route through a forestry area and in to Fjarðarsel where one will find beautiful waterfalls and a variety of Icelandic vegetation.

Mostly exceeding 1,000 m. There are visitors’ books and stamps on each peak. The cards for summit stamps and further details are available at the Information Center.

Dvergasteinn may be seen down on the shore. According to the famous folklore the rock is a dwarf church and it followed the peoples church across the fjord.

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A walk around town with a local guide. Book at Hótel Aldan or phone +354 472 1277

Seyðisfjarðarkirkja church is open work days during the summer.

This is one of Seyðisfjörður’s most popular hiking trails and the Mountain Lady’s archaeological traces can be found there.

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Vestdalur valley & Vestdalseyri is a Nature Conservation site for heritage and unique vegetation.

A visit to the oldest operational power plant in Iceland. Fjarðarsel (1913) is plesant and can be arrange upon request at the Information center. Fjarðarsel power plant marked a turning point in the history of Icelandic electrification.

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Útlínur, a sculpture by Kristján Guðmundsson. The sculpture shows the outlines of the fjord.

Mt. Bjólfur guided 4x4 drive to the uppermost mountain slopes, offering a breath taking view of the Fjord and the Snow Avalanche Barriers. Book at Hótel Aldan +354 472 1277

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Kayak and mountain bike trips with a local guide. Book at Hotel Aldan or phone +354 865 3741

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Sea angling in the safe hands of local fisherman. Book at Hótel Aldan or phone +354 472 1277

The Technical Museum houses the oldest mechanic shop and the first telegraph station in Iceland, as well as presenting a modern, changing Iceland.

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Skaftfell is dedicated to nurturing and exhibiting visual art, the main emphasis being on contemporary art. Skaftfell is a meeting point for artists and locals and serves as a center for visual art in all East Iceland.

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Hvað er að frétta? is a sculpture made by the artist Guðjón Ketilsson. The sculpture’s telephone number is +354 566 1906

Tvísöngur is a homage to the Icelandic musical tradition and works as a natural amplifier for a five-tone harmony. 10—15 minute steep walk.

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Soul of Seyðisfjörður is a guided tour with an expedition to Tvísöngur sculpture. Included is a visit to The Technical Museum, lunch and more. For booking phone +354 898 5835 43

Skálanes is a sympathetically renovated Icelandic farmhouse set within its own nature reserve at the mouth of Seyðisfjörður.


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