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Grindavik is a small fishing town on a peninsula just outside of Iceland’s capital of Reykjavik. Beautiful landscapes and blue waters are the setting for this Icelandic adventure. Check out some things that make Grindavik a city worth visiting.
Things to do in Grindavik
Grindavik’s top attraction is the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa. Located in a lava field, visitors can relax in the steaming waters while sipping a cocktail or getting a mud facial. Avoid a wait by booking your spot ahead of time. Explore Grindavik’s natural surroundings — from the cliffs to the caves — via horseback, ATV, or on foot. Golf lovers can check out Húsatóftar, the 18-hole golf course with views of the ocean. And, of course, enjoy the Northern Lights by just stepping outside at night — best during the months of September through April.
Day trips from Grindavik
Book a tour to explore one of the peninsula’s active volcanoes or The Great Geysir, Iceland’s most famous hot spring and the geyser to name all geysers that followed. Head east for a day (or two!) at the black sand beaches in Vík, about 2.5 hours east of Grindavik. Northeast towards the capital you’ll find Þingvellir National Park, a site with historical significance and rare natural offerings. Take advantage of the Þingvellir area’s surrounding waters by scheduling some fishing or scuba diving activity.
Grindavik is surrounded by nature so there are several sites for people looking for the ultimate camping experience. But for those looking for more structural shelter, renters can find cozy studio apartments to budget-friendly dorm rooms in Grindavik and its surrounding cities — including the quaint village of Vogar just 20 minutes north of Grindavik. Wherever you decide to stay, you can compare rentals by price, reviews, ratings and more on Tripping. Book your Grindavik vacation rental today!
Transportation in Grindavik
Booking one of the many tours offered to tourists in that region can definitely alleviate any transportation woes. But for those looking for more freedom, renting a car is an option — with car rental offices available in most major cities. Public transportation services Grindavik and surrounding cities, including the capital. And while it might be a challenge, depending on weather and terrain, riding a bike is a great and popular way to experience the beauty of the region.
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