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The Store in Grímsey

The Store in Grímsey

The only store on the island selling groceries and other wide-range of goods.
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The Store in Grímsey

The Store in Grímsey

The only grocery store in Grímsey
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Century Stones

Century Stones

In Grímsey one can find 3 century stones showing where the Arctic circle was around Summer solstice in 1717, 1817 and 1917.
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Photo: Haukur Hauksson

Frisbee Golf

Folf or frisbee golf is a sport that is quite popular in Iceland. There is a 9 basket course in Grímsey island. The sport follows the golfing rules up to a certain point, it is a good outdoor recreation for the whole family and can be practices for most of the year.Details regarding the areas and m…
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Photo Kristofer Knutsen

Fiske monument

The Fiske monument is just above the harbor in Grímsey. Daniel Willard Fiske (November 11, 1831 – September 17, 1904) was an American librarian and scholar, born on November 11, 1831, at Ellisburg, New York.
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Arctic Hot Dogs

Arctic Hot Dogs

The hot dog stand is open during ferry hours and provides a selection of hot dogs and their speciality „fish-dogs" as well as Nachos with cheese souse.
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Arctic Bikes rental

Arctic Bikes rental

Bike rental with 7 mountain bikes (1 small and 6 medium) and helmets.
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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. Two times a week during summer (June through August) and three times a week during the rest of the year.
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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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