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Dalvík Camping Ground

The campsite in Dalvík is situated close to Dalvík Swimming pool. The facilities include hot and cold water, showers, access to electricity and equipment for toilet waste from campers and caravans. There is a nice playground for children nearby, a fooball pitch, a basketball court and Dalvík swimming pool is only a few feet away. The swimming pool staff is responsible for the campsite during the Pool´s opening hours.

is situated close to Dalvík Swimming pool. The facilities include hot and cold water, showers, access to electricity and equipment for toilet waste from campers and caravans. There is a nice playground for children nearby, a fooball pitch, a basketball court and Dalvík swimming pool is only a few feet away. The swimming pool staff is responsible for the campsite during the Pool´s opening hours.

Rates 2015

2.200 iskr pr night for each unit (mobile home, folding camper etc for the first 2 nights. 1.100 for the third night and only the accomodation tax after the third night.
For tents it is 1.700 kr for the first two nights, 850 iskr for the third night and only the accomodation tax after the third night.
Electricity is 1.000 kr pr unit.

The accomodation tax is 111 pr camp unit pr night.

On the second weekend in august is a town festival in Dalvík, this festival is called "The Great Fish Day". During this festival these rates above do not apply.

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Dalvík Camping Ground

Svarfaðarbraut

GPS Points N65° 58' 2.425" W18° 32' 15.599"
Telephone

+354 460-4940

Fax

460-4901

Opening period 01/06 - 31/08
Service Waste tank discharge Horse riding Public lavatory Walking path Swimming pool Internet access Shower Play ground
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