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Guesthouse Básar

Básar offers 18 beds in eight different rooms, either made up or for sleeping bags. Breakfast is on offer, as well as full meals if requested. The guesthouse is located next to the Arctic Circle and you only have to take three steps outside the guesthouse to cross

Email: basar@gistiheimilidbasar.is or gagga(@)simnet.is

Guesthouse Básar

Básar

GPS Points N66° 32' 53.332" W18° 1' 15.902"
Telephone

+354 467-3103

Accommodation 8 Rooms / 18 Beds
Opening period All year

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Grímsey Island

Grímsey is the northern most point of Iceland situated on the Arctic Circel. It is the home to one hundred people, one million seabirds and one of the biggest Puffin colonies in Iceland. It is a great place to enjoy the midnight sun around the summer solstice.
A ferry serves the island several times a week from the town Dalvík and flights are provided from Akureyri several times a week during winter and daily during summer.

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