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The Arctic Circle

The Arctic Circle

The Arctic Circle is a line close to the 66,5° parallels in the Northern and Southern hemispheres. It marks the approximate area in which the sun never rises in winter and never sets in summer for 24 hours or longer. It's where one can see the midnight sun.
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Scheduled flight from Akureyri: Norlandair

Scheduled flight from Akureyri: Norlandair

Norlandair offers scheduled flight to Grímsey from Akureyri, all year. Five times a week during summer (July through August) and three times a week during the rest of the year (Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays).
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Ferry from Dalvík: Sæfari

Ferry from Dalvík: Sæfari

The ferry Sæfari has a schedule between Dalvík and Grímsey all year. The tour takes 3 hours each way and the capacity of the ferry is 108 passengers, in addition to cars and cargo. During wintertime the ferry has three to four departures a week but during summer it has five departures a week.
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Sightseeing flights & tours: Circle Air

Sightseeing flights & tours: Circle Air

Circle Air offers charter flights, sightseeing flights and special excursions to Grímey island "The Arctic Circle Express Air tour".
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Arctic Trip Touroperator

Arctic Trip Touroperator

Arctic Trip was founded in 2015 by Halla Ingolfsdottir, a highly experienced guide with over 20 years of experience in guiding travelers around North Iceland, in Eyjafjordur and in particular in Grímsey where she has spent most of her days.
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Transportation to/from Akureyri & Dalvík

Transportation to/from Akureyri & Dalvík

Several options are for travels between Akureyri and Reykjavík and other places within North Iceland. Flights, buses, ferries and taxis to mention the most common.
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Guesthouse Básar

Guesthouse Básar

The guesthouse is close to the airport and the Arctic Circle. The guesthouse has 8 bedrooms,
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Guesthouse Gullsól

Guesthouse Gullsól

The guesthouse is in a building called Sólbergi, above the small gift shop and Iceland’s smallest café.
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Gallerí Sól - giftshop/souveniers and Café

Gallerí Sól - giftshop/souveniers and Café

The store is in the house "Sólberg" in the center of the village of Grímsey, overlooking the harbor area. Open on ferry days during summertime, while the ferry is docked.
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The Campsite

The Campsite

The campsite is centrally in the little town of Grímsey, located behind the swimming pool.
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Swimmingpool

Swimmingpool

The pool in Grímsey is open 4 days a week. This is an indoor pool, which is not as common in Iceland as outdoor pools. The reason is that there is no geothermal water in Grímsey.
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