Nature – history – culture
Hólar in the valley Hjaltadalur is one of the more historic sites in Iceland and a popular tourist attraction. The history, sanctity and the natural beauty all work together to attract people to Hólar. In the forest there are many small areas the provide good shelter for tents and mobile homes. There are many walking paths in the area as well as a restaurant and a swimming pool.
See more information here below.
The camp site has toilet facilities with hot and cold running water. There is not electricity in the camp site but that is one of the factors that makes this camp site the charming camp site it is.The camp sites in the town Sauðárkrókur, Hofsós, Varmahlíð and at Hólar are operated together. It is possible to stay the first night in one of these camp sites and pay less during the next night in some of the other camp sites. It is necessary to provide a receipt from the first camp site. Opening time
13. may to september, as weather permits
1.300 kr for the first night
1.000 kr for next nigths
Senior citizens and the disabled: 1.100 kr for the first night
Senior citizens and the disabled: 800 kr for the next nights
Free for children, 13 years and younger.
The rates do not include the accommodation tax, 333 kr pr unit pr night.