The Snæfellsnes peninsula in West Iceland is almost a miniature version of the island. In addition to its characteristic Snæfellsjökull glacier, there are black sandy beaches, bird cliffs, spectacular mountains and volcanic craters. On this tour, we will, for example, stop at the small fishing village Arnarstapi, the ancient fishing village Hellnar, visit Djúpalónssandur beach and pass by the iconic Kirkjufell mountain.

The stunning landscape of the peninsula has captured the imagination of people all over the world, ever since Jules Verne wrote the famous science fiction novel "Journey to the Centre of the Earth" but the journey begins at Snæfellsjökull glacier.

Tour duration: 08:00 - 20:30

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Tour availability

All year 1 JAN 31 DEC

Available days:

  • Mon
  • Tue
  • Wed
  • Thu
  • Fri
  • Sat
  • Sun

Tour details

Duration: 13 hours

Departures:
08:00 Daily (1 June to 30 Sept),
Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat & Sun (1 Oct - May 31)

Tour ID: RE17

What's included

  • Bus fare
  • Guided tour

Guidance:

English, French, German, Spanish

Additional information:

Guidance in:
• English: Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat & Sun (all year) and Tue & Fri (1 Jun - 30 Sept)
• German: Sat (all year)
• French: Mon (1 Jun - 30 Sept)
• Spanish: Thu (1 Jun - 30 Sept)

Remember to dress warmly.

Pick up is available at extra cost, from 1.450 ISK.
Pick up is up to 30 minutes before departure

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Arnarstapi

Arnarstapi

Arnarstapi or Stapi is a small fishing village at the foot of Mt. Stapafell between Hellnar village and Breiðavík farms on the southern side of Snæfellsnes, Iceland.

Hellnar

Hellnar

Hellnar is an ancient fishing village, a cluster of old houses and buildings situated close to Arnarstapi on the westernmost part of the Snæfellsnes peninsula, Iceland.

Djúpalónssandur

Djúpalónssandur is a beautiful sandy beach and bay on foot of Snæfellsjökull in Iceland. Four lifting stones are in Djúpalónssandur, used by fishermen to test their strength.You're welcome to try.

Ólafsvík

Reykjavík