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5. March 2020

Gong training and gong puja with Don Conreaux

We welcome Don Conreaux to North Iceland for the 3rd time from 5th to 8th of March 2020. Gongtraining and Gong Puja.
Ómur Yoga & Gongsetur, Brekkugata, Akureyri

6. March 2020

Gong training and gong puja with Don Conreaux

We welcome Don Conreaux to North Iceland for the 3rd time from 5th to 8th of March 2020. Gongtraining and Gong Puja.
Ómur Yoga & Gongsetur, Brekkugata, Akureyri

Mývatn Winter Festival

The first Mývatn Winter Festival will be held in March 2020!
Mývatn
Free

7. March 2020

Gong training and gong puja with Don Conreaux

We welcome Don Conreaux to North Iceland for the 3rd time from 5th to 8th of March 2020. Gongtraining and Gong Puja.
Ómur Yoga & Gongsetur, Brekkugata, Akureyri

Mývatn Winter Festival

The first Mývatn Winter Festival will be held in March 2020!
Mývatn
Free

8. March 2020

Gong training and gong puja with Don Conreaux

We welcome Don Conreaux to North Iceland for the 3rd time from 5th to 8th of March 2020. Gongtraining and Gong Puja.
Ómur Yoga & Gongsetur, Brekkugata, Akureyri

Mývatn Winter Festival

The first Mývatn Winter Festival will be held in March 2020!
Mývatn
Free

20. March 2020

Iceland Winter Games

Winter is finally back in the beautiful city of Akureyri, the ski capital of Iceland. The mountains surrounding the city are covered in snow and for the people of Akureyri that means that preparation for the Iceland Winter Games is on full steam and they're counting down to their big winter festival.
17:00 Hlíðarfjall

21. March 2020

Iceland Winter Games

Winter is finally back in the beautiful city of Akureyri, the ski capital of Iceland. The mountains surrounding the city are covered in snow and for the people of Akureyri that means that preparation for the Iceland Winter Games is on full steam and they're counting down to their big winter festival.
17:00 Hlíðarfjall

22. March 2020

Iceland Winter Games

Winter is finally back in the beautiful city of Akureyri, the ski capital of Iceland. The mountains surrounding the city are covered in snow and for the people of Akureyri that means that preparation for the Iceland Winter Games is on full steam and they're counting down to their big winter festival.
17:00 Hlíðarfjall

28. March 2020

Orkugangan 2020

Orkugangan is an annually held cross country ski race from Þeistareykir to the town of Húsavík by Skjálfandi bay. Participants can compete in 25km and 10km races while kids walk a distance of 2,5km. Orkugangan is suitable for beginners and experienced skiers alike because it is a a race for the entire family. Speed counts, but the joy along the walk counts more. Afterwards all participants enjoy a vitalizing hot soup in Húsavík during the award ceremony. More information comin
Húsavík

29. May 2020

The Lava Run

We now proudly introduce the third time LAVA RUN at Mývatn.
17:00-20:00 Dimmuborgir Parking, Dimmuborgir
6900isk

30. May 2020

Lake Myvatn Marathon

Myvatn Marathon starts and ends in Myvatn Naturebaths, and you will run around Lake Myvatn. Participants can choose between four different distances. On-line registration will start in January 2020.
10:00-16:00

2. July 2020

Ein með Öllu - Akureyri Family Festival

Verslunarmannahelgi (“Merchants‘ Weekend”) initially came about because the first Monday in August was designated a statutory holiday for merchants and anyone working in trade get in Iceland.
16:00-23:45 Akureyri

3. July 2020

Ein með Öllu - Akureyri Family Festival

Verslunarmannahelgi (“Merchants‘ Weekend”) initially came about because the first Monday in August was designated a statutory holiday for merchants and anyone working in trade get in Iceland.
16:00-23:45 Akureyri

4. July 2020

Ein með Öllu - Akureyri Family Festival

Verslunarmannahelgi (“Merchants‘ Weekend”) initially came about because the first Monday in August was designated a statutory holiday for merchants and anyone working in trade get in Iceland.
16:00-23:45 Akureyri

8. August 2020

The Great Fish Day

The Great Fish day is an annual festival in Dalvíkurbyggð. Fish producers and other members of the society invite guests to a sea food buffet between 11:00 and 17:00 at the harbour in Dalvík.
Dalvik

14. August 2020

Steampunk Iceland festival

The Icelandic steampunk festival.
17:00-12:00 Reykjaskóli #2
215$

15. August 2020

Steampunk Iceland festival

The Icelandic steampunk festival.
17:00-12:00 Reykjaskóli #2
215$

16. August 2020

Steampunk Iceland festival

The Icelandic steampunk festival.
17:00-12:00 Reykjaskóli #2
215$

North Iceland

Towns & Villages

Society and the economy have many faces. Whereas agriculture is the mainstay of rural areas, the towns depend upon fishing, industry, trade and a range of services, with each village having its own characteristics though they all prove hospitable hosts. 
The availability of food and accommodation and the possibilities at every location for recreation and entertainment make hopping between the villages informative as well as fun.   
In every case, the residents are lively and ready to celebrate.

Explore map with pictures

Map Akureyri Hrafnagil Grímsey Raufarhöfn Kópasker Þórshöfn Bakkafjörður Húsavík Mývatn Laugar Svalbarðseyri Grenivík Hjalteyri Hauganes Árskógssandur Dalvík Hrísey Ólafsfjörður Siglufjörður Hofsós Hólar Varmahlíð Sauðárkrókur Skagaströnd Blöndós Hvammstangi Laugarbakki Borðeyri