Have you ever tasted fresh scallops straight from the sea? If not then the "VikingSushi Adventure" is the right boat tour for you - seafood simply doesn´t come fresher than this! Operating from Stykkishólmur town on the northern side of Snæfellsnes Peninsula.  In all the growing flora of tours and entertainment for visitors in Iceland, this spectacular tour has been around for more than thirty years and is among the most interesting things you can do in Iceland. It is a very original tour based on an idea only someone local can come up with.  A Bird & Nature Watching Tour for everyone all year around. It is a combination of sailing, viewing small islands and spectacular landscape, birdwatching and tasting seafood as fresh as it gets. It is an exciting tour for the whole family, and a tour kids just love.

Viking Sushi with Sæferðir Stykkishólmur Snæfellsnes

Taste the delicious fresh food

Here you will try the delicious fresh scallops and sea urchin roe straight from the ocean. You will be amazed by the selection drawn aboard the boat in one catch. The variety is a spectacular sight and a trigger for every child's curiosity.  Soy sauce, wasabi, and ginger will make this a special Sushi-event for you.

Sæfeðir tour at Snæfellsnes Peninsula

Experience nature and birdlife

You will experience many birds like puffins, cormorants, shags, kittiwakes and possibly the majestic white-tailed eagle. You will also explore the strongest ocean currents in Iceland and beautiful basalt rock formations on some of the small islands.

Birdlife and you will see puffins with Sæferðir Viking Sushi

The VikingSushi Tour is a real adventure sailing through our incredible nature and should not be missed by any visitor to Iceland.  We at Hit Iceland took this tour first thirty years ago and again in 2016, and it is a thrilling adventure. It is highly recommended. 

If you are ready the VikingSushi Tour is a guided tour and takes roughly 2 hours. And you can book here.




Viking Sushi Feast

Finding a hotel, a guesthouse or suitable accommodation in Stykkishólmur is a good option for those who are traveling the Snæfellsnes Peninsula in Iceland. Stykkishólmur is one of the nicest and beautiful small towns in Iceland and on our top then list of towns and villages in Iceland. If you plan to tour Snæfellsnes Peninsula to visit and experience all the magnificent natural wonders offered in the region like Rauðfeldsgjá, Gerðuberg, and Arnarstapi, Stykkishólmur good place to stay.
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Stykkishólmur accommodation in West Region in Iceland

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 Stykkishólmur and also near Stykkishólmur, if you prefer to stay in the countryside.

Stykkishólmur Accommodation

If you want to enjoy Iceland, be sure to take it real slow and easy. Fast-forwarding through the island can give you a lot to exclaim about, but if you take the soulful way, it will give you so much to enjoy. There are many hidden treasures lying around. Brjánslækur may not look like much from the outset. It is, of course, the jetty for the ferries to Stykkishólmur on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, via Flatey. Most people immediately leave the dock and hurry off to somewhere else. But, apart from being by the beautiful and pristine Vatnsfjörður, this particular spot in Iceland has Surtarbrandsgil.

In Surtarbrandsgil, you will find the best-preserved plant fossils in Vestfirðir, approximately 12 million years old. Leaf traces from various types of plants are quite clear, i.e. maple, elm, spruce and pine. The fossils are very beautiful but also educational. They tell us that the climate in Iceland 12 million years ago was similar to the Mediterranean climate today.

A short distance away, by the shoreline, you will find the ruins Flókatóftir. They are believed to be the ruins of Hrafna-Flóki's settlement. The ruins of the first houses raised in Iceland.


Brjánslækur is the jetty for the ferries to Stykkishólmur on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula

It might surprise many people that visit Iceland and travel around the country, how many towns and villages have a kind of short history.  Although the settlement in Iceland started around 870, most of the towns and villages began to develop around the middle of the 19th century, and some even at the beginning of the 20th century.

Stykkishólmur is a town in the Snæfellsnes peninsula in the Western Region in Iceland