Snæfellsnes Peninsula discovery from Reykjavík
Sorry, we don't offer activity at this time. If you send us your e-mail, we will be happy to inform you as soon as we relaunched it.
- Stykkishólmur, a typical Icelandic fishing village
- Grundarfjörður and Kirkjufell, a village and an impressive mountain
- Skarðsvík, a golden sand beach
- Snæfellsjökull, a journey to the center of the Earth
- Lóndrangar, the rocky castle
- Hellnar and Arnarstapi, the twin villages
- Búðir, the black church
All about the trip
Our first stop is Stykkishólmur, a small village is linked to Iceland by a small land strip. The pastel houses of this small harbor seem to be clung to the relief. Their facades and their roofs have some sweet colors of yellow, blue, purple or grey, and contrast with the rocks dotted with bright green grass.
Further west, we will visit the fishing harbor of Grundarfjörður. This is undoubtedly one of the prettiest landscapes of Iceland. Kirkjufell, lonely mountain, nicknamed the Mountain Church, seems to rise up from a dream with its waterfalls, its beautiful lake in which it is reflected, and its plains stretch away in front of you.
We will stop on a beautiful and tranquil beach Skarðsvík with a golden sand, blue waters and surrounded by stunning cliffs. This place offers amazing views out to the sea and a fascinating history.
Snæfellsjökull is a 1446 meters high volcano, covered with snow all year. On this magical space, you can discover strange formations of rocks which seem to have been carved, many plants and even have the chance to watch kittiwakes.
The journey through Lóndrangar region is rich in legends and tales. The place is surrounded by beautiful cliffs which are a paradise for lovers of birdwatching, as puffins and fulmars have their nests in the area.
Lost amid the basalt mountains, twin villages Hellnar and Arnarstapi are full of charm with a magical atmosphere, are connected by an extremely spectacular coastal road with a length of 2,5 km, where strange rock formations emerge from the water, like stone monsters.
Last stop is Búðir, a romantic, windswept location, a former fishing village located just a stone’s throw from the ocean.
What is included in the price
- Pick-up and drop-off
What is not included in the price
- Food, water and snacks
Do you have a question or need more information about the activity?
You can reach our European office between 9am and 5pm CET on weekdays and between 11am and 5pm on weekends and holidays.
You might also like
Sport climbing clinic near Reykjavík
ATV and northern lights (single rider) from Reykjavik
Whales and Golden Circle afternoon from Reykjavik
South Shore adventure by bus from Reykjavík
From our partners
Private guide in your phone
Just walk, listen and discover more with free self-guided audio-tours to must-see places and hidden gems in 300 destinations.
Flights, hotels, holidays
Find your cheap flight ticket, book your accommodation and enjoy your holiday full of experiences worldwide.
Trip Planning App
Authentic travel available to all. Worldee is the world's largest database of quality itineraries, created by travelers for travelers.
Private door-to-door transfers
The most convenient way to travel between cities. Enjoy door-to-door service with an English-speaking driver and sightseeing stops on the way.
48 people are watching this activity
Pick your dates and book it now!