20. May –10 September
The camping site is by the southern entrance into the town (when coming from Akureyri), a total of 9.500 square metres. It stands next to the local sports centre, the school and the Dalvík swimming pool. Great facilities for kids, grassy hills for games and kicking balls, an AstroTurf pitch, a basketball court and a playground area.
The camping site offers hot and cold water as well as showers and toilets that are accessible to people with disabilities. It also offers good facilities indoors for cooking, washing the dishes, or sitting down.
You can also have access to a washing machine, a dryer, and facilities to dry off shoes. Running water to filling up water tanks and a drain to empty travel toilets.
There are many interesting areas in Dalvík and the Tröllaskagi (e. Troll Peninsula) that are well worth the visit. Tröllaskagi has beautiful natural and cultural monuments, such as the Natural Wetland of Friðland Svarfdæla and the Country Park of Böggvisstaðafjall Mountain. Whale-watching is a popular past-time, as is the Beer Spa that opened in the summer of 2017, not to mention several hiking paths. A visit to the folk museum Byggðasafn Hvoll is worth a visit, where two well-known locals have their own exhibits: Jóhann Svarfdælingur, who at one time was the tallest person in the world, and former president of Iceland Kristján Eldjárn.
Further information about activities and service in the area can be found on www.visittrollaskagi.is
The Camping Card is not valid throughout the Fiskidagsvika festival, from 7-12 August 2018.
|Country calling code||+354|
|International call prefix||00|
|Directory enquiries||1818, 1819 or 1800|