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Sandur Guest House

The guest house provides all different types of rooms starting from a single bed room up to a double bed duplex room with a private bathroom! All rooms are newly renovated and in flawless conditions.

The renovated guest house offers everything from a low budget room up to a cozy family room. We are sure you will find the most suitable room for your stay at the Edge of the Arctic.

With our rooms we are giving you the chance to open all the nature beauty's in a less packed area without losing any comfort at all.

To get a powerful start in the day, breakfast will be served every morning in our local restaurant Báran, which is located just across the street.

We look forward to welcome you at the Edge of the Arctic. Let your experience begin with us.

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Sandur Guest House

Eyrarvegur 3

GPS Points N66° 11' 49.992" W15° 20' 11.440"
Telephone

+354 468-1250

Opening period All year
Categories Guesthouses

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Nature
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Lambanes Beach

The gravel road 869 discovers the peninsula Langanes. A beautiful beach near the farm sign to Ýtra-Lón Guesthouse is one of the rare sandy beaches which are not black in Iceland. A small birding house gives opportunities to observe the rich birdlife. But don´t miss to walk this beautiful beach!

Lambanes beach is a summer destination.

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19.80 km
Langanes

Langanes is a narrow peninsula between Þistilfjordur and Bakkafloi shaped like a goose with a very large head. This area is about as wild as coastal Iceland gets, perfect for exploring off the beaten track. A rough road goes to the tip named Fontur. On the north and south of the tip there are steep sea cliffs, Skoruvikurbjarg and Skalavikurbjarg. The Langanes peninsula is know for its rich birdlife, and a very good birdwatching spots where it is possible to watch the Gannet and Brünnichs Guillermot from land.

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