Neskaupstaður - Norðfjörður

Located in the upper part of town on Víðimýri street, Neskaupstaður campsite provides an exceptionally scenic view. It is also located alongside the large avalanche protection dam below Drangagil ravine, so you can enjoy an even greater panorama over the town, mountains and bay by walking up onto the dam. The Neskaupstaður Museum House is a beautifully restored building down by the old harbor, and right in the heart of town. The three interesting museums this building hosts are the Tryggvi Ólafsson Art Collection, Jósafat Hinriksson’s Seafaring and Smithy Collection, and the Neskaupstaður Museum of Natural History.

Three major summer festivals are held each year on the fjord, the first of which is Sailors’ Day, which is a three day festival and starts on or near the first weekend of June. The second festival is the Eistnaflug rock and heavy-metal festival, which takes place every year on the second weekend of July. The last of the festivals is Neistaflug, which is a family outdoor festival that is held together with the Barðsneshlaup run during the long holiday weekend that includes the first Monday of August every year. Neskaupstaður is one of the seven villages in the municipality of

Services available

  • Playground
  • Hot water
  • Horse rental
  • Shower
  • Golf course
  • Toilets
  • Cold water
  • Fishing
  • Restaurant
  • Walking paths

Description of facilities

Opening time

June 1 - August 31


Rates 2024

Adults, 16 years and older 2.000 kr + Overnight stay tax
Elderly people: 1.750 kr. + Overnight stay tax
Free for children under 16 years old.
Electricity> 1000 kr per day