Seydisfjordur Camping


4 User Ratings (3.7/5)

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1 of 1 visitors would come back.
2 of 2 found the facility suitable for families.
1 of 4 thought the campsite had a relaxing atmosphere.
3 of 4 found it crowded.
4 of 4 found the camp suitable for tents.
4 of 4 found the facility suitable for mobile homes.
(+354) 4721521
(+354) 6241075
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Seydisfjordur Camping Contact
Ránargata 1, 710 Seydisfjordur, Iceland
GPS Coordinates
N65°15'37.68", W14°0'39.49"
65.260466009853, -14.01096903525
Open (from, to)
1. May - 30. September
Campervan Pitches
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0 Rooms
Dogs Allowed
Washing Machine
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4 Reviews

pwjoergensen 2019/05/22 - (3.8/5)
Accommodation Type: CampervanSeydisfjördur Camping is located nicely across the beautiful church, close to the local bars/restaurants and shopping possibilities. Many basic needs for camping is met at the campsite incl washing machine, coin shower, cooking etc. As Seydisfjördur is port for Smyril Line and under the summer for cruises a lot of mobile homes is camping here on Tuesday / Wednesday either after coming with the ferry or preparing to leave. Staff was very friendly. It is wheelchair accessible (incl bathroom and shower) and has a handicap discount.
Last Visit: May 2019
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Benni 2019/07/22 - (3.4/5)
Accommodation Type: TentThe site is really close to the town. There is a supermarket and multiple restaurants nearby. The was an actual kitchen, which was really nice! The wifi is really good!
Would I come back: Yes
Last Visit: July 2019
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SarahJ 2019/05/22 - (3.8/5)
Accommodation Type: Campervanauto-translated: Seyðisfjørður is a beautiful place at perhaps the most beautiful Ostfjord of Iceland. It can only be reached via a mountain pass, which can be quite adventurous in fog. The city is surrounded by small waterfalls and a real idyll. There are many old colourful houses, but the town lives from a young community of artists and creative people. There is a small gallery with modern art, a handicraft market etc..

If possible don't arrive on Tuesday, because the liner ship comes from Denmark and the Faroe Islands and it is very crowded even outside the high season on the campsite. But even then the place is not overcrowded and worth a visit. Beautiful nature, beautiful town.

Manko: There is only one urban campsite, which is more pragmatic than beautiful.

It is located directly behind the beautiful old church and if you are lucky you will get one of the few pitches with a view of the church and the fjord. Otherwise you stand close to other campers.

There are separate areas for tents. There are some tables and benches.

The site and all facilities are barrier-free, including toilets, shower and house kitchen.

There is a house where you have to pay (1.500 ISK per person (disabled and seniors 900), 700 electricity, 333 tax). There are also tables and chairs to stay and eat, a kitchenette with all the basics you need. Outside there are two communal barbecues and two sinks.

There is a coin-operated washing machine and dryer.

There are several toilets and coin showers (100 ISK for 2 minutes hot water).

Everything was in good condition.
Last Visit: May 2019
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