#grindavik

Why stay in Grindavík?  Grindavik town in the Reykjanes Peninsula is a good place to stay at when you arrive in Iceland and also when you leave.  It is on our list of 10 most interesting towns and villages in Iceland and has a lot to offer.  It is a very active fishing town near the international airport; it is almost in walking distance to the Blue Lagoon and quite near the capital.  Grindavík is also located near some fascinating natural wonders at the Reykjanes Peninsula.
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Accommodation in Grindavík

If you are planning a vacation, a trip or a tour in Iceland, accommodation is of course of great importance. In recent years Booking.com has built a good relationship with hundreds of hotels, guesthouses, apartments, farms and lodges around Iceland to search for and offer the largest selection and variety for you to find the most suitable accommodation for your plans. In the search engine above hiticeland.com has partnered with booking.com to find a good variety of accommodation and prices that will fit your schedule and budget. The search engine finds accommodation in Grindavík and also near Grindavík, if you prefer to stay in the countryside.

Grindavík Accommodation in Iceland

As a municipal, Grindavík located at Reykjanes Peninsula is one of the most interesting towns on the Icelandic coastline.  Interesting from the point of view of being a typical Icelandic fishing town and it is one of few towns in Iceland which survived the fishing quota system, created by the Icelandic government in 19

Grindavík is a town in the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland

The Reykjanes peninsula has five towns, all placed by the shore as each one is a former fishing town and at least two still are. The Reykjanes Peninsula is probably one of the places in Iceland most people visit as it is the home of the international airport and probably the place where most people pick up their rent a car or meet their tour guides. This area is in many ways different from the rest of the country. Tourism has always been a large part of the community since the International airport is located on the Reykjanes peninsula right by Keflavík (Reykjanesbær).  Together all of the towns and villages have convenient accommodations, camping sites, gas stations, convenience stores, restaurants or cafés, swimming pools and some form of recreational activity, museums, and adventure tours.  The Reykjanes Peninsula also offers spectacular sights and natural wonders and is one of the most interesting parts of Iceland with its lava, hot springs and of course the famous Blue Lagoon.