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Homepage Community of Dalvík
Here on your right side are various information about nature, geologie, accommodation, recreation, dining and more in Dalvík. Hopefully you'll have a pleacent visit and welcome back.
The big Fishday
The Great Fish Day - everybody is invited to a sea food buffet – nobody has to pay
The Great Fish day is an annual festival in Dalvíkurbyggð held the first or the second Saturday in August. Fish producers and other members of the society invite guests to a sea food buffet between 11:00 and 17:00 at the harbour in Dalvík.
Whale Watching from Hauganes in Eyjafjörður
Niels Whale Watching is a small, privately owned whale watching company located only 20 minutes drive north from Akureyri. It is the oldest whale watching company in Iceland. Our whale watching tours depart from the local harbour in Hauganes and the whales are often only 10-15 minutes away from the harbour.
Winter & Horses
Reiten in Island - Winter 2008
Skiing on iceland
Skíðafélag Dalvíkur er stofnað í nóvember 1972. Það var Jón Halldórsson sem var frumkvöðull að því að reisa skíðalyftu í Böggvisstaðafjalli. Hann fékk í lið með sér áhugasama menn og gengu þeir í hús og söfnuðu fé til að reisa hana. Bæjarfélagið greiddi það sem upp á vantaði.
Akureyri is the centre of culture, education and leisure activities in North Iceland. With a population of about 17.200, the town is by far the largest outside the Reykjavík capital area.
For information about accommodation, restaurants and things to do and see, visit www.visitakureyri.is
The Icelandic Road Administration english web pages
The Icelandic Road Administration (ICERA) presents here a subset of the Icelandic web pages, in English. The information presented will, for the time being, primarily be about road condition, weather and such basic information that can assist the foreign traveller in Iceland.
About the Icelandic Meteorological Office
The Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO) is a public institution under the auspices of the Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources, historically based on the Icelandic Meteorological Office (1920) and the Icelandic Hydrological Survey (1948).
Göngum um Ísland er landsverkefni UMFÍ. Verkefnið er unnið í samstarfi við ungmennafélög um land allt, ferðaþjónustuaðila og sveitarfélög. Ísland hefur að geyma mikinn fjölda gönguleiða og hafa nú verið valdar útvaldar gönguleiðir í hverju byggðarlagi.
North Iceland Marketing Office is responsible for marketing and promotion of North Iceland which is a friendly and tranquil area with a population of 36 thousand, including Akureyri, the largest town outside Reykjavík, and a number of historic coastal towns.
WOW air has completed its purchase of all Iceland Express flight operations and scheduling.
Little or no disruption will be caused for Iceland Express ticket holders and WOW air will ensure that all obligations to Iceland Express customers are met.
Icelandair is a leading airline offering flights to and from Iceland, and an attractive option for cross-Atlantic flights. Icelandair provides safe, reliable flights and exceptional service on flights to metropolitan areas on both sides of the Atlantic.
Akureyri is situated in north-east Iceland, in one of the longest fjords in the country and is surrounded by mountains reaching 1000-1500 m. The Arctic Circle in only 60 km north of Akureyri but still the climate is mild, with summer temperatures up to 25°C and winter temperatures in average around 0˚C.
contrastravel ist Ihr Nordland-Reiseveranstalter für spannende Reisen nach Island, Grönland, Spitzbergen und auf die Färöer-Inseln.