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Dalakofinn Campsite

Dalakofinn camping area is located next to the sports field in Laugar. The swimming pool and a 6 hole golf course are in walking distances from the camping area.
In the field house are toilets, showers, washing machine and a tumble dryer. On the upper floor is cooking facilities with chairs and tables along with sleeping bag area.

The camping area has free wireless internet.

Opening time:

1st of May - 15th of September.

Prices:
Adult pr. night: 1.500 isk
Free for children under age of 14
Electricity: 500 isk pr. night
Washing machine: 500 isk pr. use

Tumble dryer: 500 isk pr. use

Sleeping bag pr. night: 2.500 isk

Dalakofinn Campsite

Laugar, Reykjadalur

GPS Points N65° 43' 15.136" W17° 22' 19.292"
Telephone

+354 464-3344

Opening period All year
Categories Camping

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