Laugarbakki Swimming Pool

Laugarbakki Swimming Pool

Laugarbakki

GPS Points N65° 19' 42.367" W20° 53' 44.075"
Telephone

451-2987

Opening period All year
Categories Swimming Pools

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Núpsheiðarskáli
Mountainhuts & Cabins
  • Klapparstígur 4, 530 Hvammstangi
  • 854-7919, 451-2353
Sæberg HI Hostel
Hostels
  • Reykjaskóli, Hrútafjörður
  • 500 Staður
  • 894-5504
Sindrastaðir
Apartments
  • Lækjarmót 2
  • 531 Hvammstangi
  • 895-1146
Neðra-Vatnshorn guesthouse
Sleeping bag accommodation
  • Línakradalur
  • 531 Hvammstangi
  • 451-2928, 866-7297
Hvammstangi Camping Ground
Camping
  • Brekkugata 12
  • 530 Hvammstangi
  • 899-0008
Guesthouse Langafit
Guesthouses
  • Laugarbakki
  • 531 Hvammstangi
  • 451-2987, 616-3304
Laxahvammur Lodge
Guesthouses
  • Miðfjörður
  • 531 Hvammstangi
  • 824-6460, 823-7555 , 451-2800
Lækjarhvammur
Guesthouses
  • Lækjarhvammur
  • 531 Hvammstangi
History and Culture
8.33 km
Bjarg í Miðfirði

Bjarg in Midfjordur, is the farm that belonged to Asdis, the mother of outlaw Grettir Asmundarson - Grettir the Strong, of Grettis Saga fame. Beneath a rock in the hayfield, Asdis buried Gretti´s head, which was presented to her by his killer. There´s now a monument in her honour on site.

History and Culture
8.83 km
The Seal center

The Icelandic Seal Centre is housed in the historically interesting and attractive premises of VSP in Hvammstangi. Here you will find informative exhibitions on the seal and its habits, seal hunting and the utilisation of seal-related products, besides stories and folklore surrounding that fascinating creature.

The centre also plays the role of a tourist information bureau, providing visitors with details on the most interesting places in Húnaþing, and also where to find relaxation and leisure facilities. Souvenirs and hand crafted goods from the area are also on sale here.

Nature
19.35 km
Kolugjúfur

As you drive along Víðidalur, you will come to Kolugil Farm which stands beside the Víðidalsá river. Just below the farm, the waters flow peacefully downwards to plunge into the deep, rugged gorge called Kolugljúfur. Their journey then sends them cascading over many waterfalls which bear the name Kolufossar Falls in honour of the giantess, Kola.
It is a breathtaking sight to drive across the bridge and watch the calm waters of the river suddenly leap and tumble onwards over so many impressive falls - a sight which will leave no one unmoved.
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