The camp site is to the west of the village, to the west of the bridge Hafnarbrú. It is close to a bird sanctuary and to the sea.
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Eyrarbakki is a friendly village by the south shore. The village boasts of a lot of history, well preserved old houses and beautiful nature. There are two museums in the village, one is thr folk museum for the county and it is located in a former dwelling place of the local traders. The other museum is the sea museum that is close by. Both museums are located in the center of the village next to the church. In the church is an altarpiece painted by queen Louise who was married to king Kristján IX. In the area is the well known restaurant Rauða húsið (e.Red house) and that is open for coffee or for dinner. A walk around the village is a must for guests visiting. In the walk you can see the old houses, visit the local crafts woman Regína or shop in the local markets and galleries.
The long black beach near the village is an attraction and many who walk there. On the east side of the village you can see the large work of art called Krían (e. arctic tern) by Sigurjón Ólafsson
The camp site is located on the west side of the village in a quiet and comfortable environment with good walking paths to the village.
The camp site has cold and hot water, electricity and a playground for children. A new service house has been built with showers, washing machine and tumble dryer.
15 maí – 1. okt
Adults: 1.000 kr
Children: Free for children under the age of 12 years
Electricity: 500 kr