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Camping 66.12° north

The campsite is close to the sea in the Tjörnes peninsula and the view to the sea is great.

There is not many places in Iceland with as beautiful sunset as well as lot of bird life in the area.

The facilities are good with toilets and warm showers as well as toilets for the disabled.

There is also an indoor cooking and dining facilities.

The travelling distance to Ásbyrgi is about 35 km and 24 km to Húsavík. To lake Mývatn is about 80 km and 100 km to Akureyri.

Camping 66.12° north

Mánárbakki

GPS Points N66° 11' 54.445" W17° 6' 11.970"
Opening period 15/05 - 15/10
Categories Camping

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Mt. Húsavíkurfjall

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The Þingeyjarsýsla District Museum

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Opening times:
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Fjallahöfn Beach

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  • 640 Húsavík
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  • Garðarsbraut 64
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Cafés
  • Héðinsbraut 6
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