If you are looking for a family friendly campsite near Reykjavik, Hafnarfjordur Camping is the place for you. The campsite is close to all services, shopping and many tourist activities. City buses stop nearby, as well as the bus to Keflavik international airport.
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Hafnarfjordur is Iceland’s third largest town, with around 25.000 inhabitants. A direct translation of the town’s name is “harbour fjord,” referencing the town’s exquisite natural harbour that contributed to making the town an important centre for fishing and trade early on.
The town is built on lava, and is said to have an extremely large population of Hidden Folk, elves, dwarfs and other mystical beings. According to mythology, they inhabit boulders that are almost impossible to destroy.For those of you travelling by car, the airport is only a 40 minute drive away. We are situated in a beautiful park near the town centre of Hafnarfjorður, a quiet and cozy area. However, downtown Reykjavik is only a 10 minute drive away, so you still remain close to the action. Facilities include: WC, showers, hot and cold water, a washing machine and dryer, access to a kitchen and a dining area in the Lava Hostel and internet access.
The camp site in Hafnarfjordur is in a very nice location in Vidistadatun. Surrounded by lava and works of art in a beautiful and child friendly surroundings. Close to the town center of Hafnarfjörður (5 min walk) and close to shops and other services.
Hot and cold water, showers and a washing machine. Guests can also use the facilities in the Lava Hostel where they can cook, use the common room, surf the internet and get other information. Vidistadatun is child friendly and quiet to stay at.Open
May 15th September 15th
Adults: 1.700 kr
14 – 18 years: 1.000 kr
Free for 13 years and younger.
Electricity: 800 kr pr night.