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Ólafsfjörður Beach

Leave the village of Ólafsfjörður on its north end in direction "Kleifar" and you will reach the beautiful black sandy beach with invites to take a stop and walk the beach. Park your car carefully in a designated parking area or in the village and take a walk.

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Ólafsfjörður Beach
GPS Points N66° 4' 41.861" W18° 39' 40.241"
Postal code

625

Road number

803

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