LOCATIONS & SHORT TRIPS
The most perfect thing about Dalahyttur is that it puts you right in the middle of Iceland's best-kept secrets - the Sneafellsnes and the southern part of the West fjords. Depending on how many days you have to spend we can help you line up the perfect trip for you. Be it to Europe's tallest bird cliff located on the west fjords or straight into an elven adventure in the southern part of the Snaefellsnes. It will be our pleasure to help you organize a trip you will never forget.
The Snaefellsnes peninsula circle offers you a variety of sightseeing opportunities ranging from the iconic mountain Kirkjufell to the mysterious and enchanting parts of the southern Snaefells peninsula.
Located near the small town of Grundafjordur, the Kirkjufell is an iconic mountain and should be a mandatory stop if you plan to drive the northern part of Snaefellsnes. You might remember it from Game of Thrones where it was used extensively in the last season.
Located in the southern part of the Snaefells peninsula is the picturesque country we call Arnarstapi. It is without a doubt one of the most beautiful places in Snaefellsnes. PRO TIP: Take a mountain tour to the top of Snaefellsjokul, depending on the weather you can see Reykjavik and the Westfjords from the top.
The country hotel Budir offers white sand beaches, good food, and rich history. Not far from Budir you have Arnastapi and Frodarheidi both of which offer beautiful hiking opportunities. You should at the very least stop for coffee just to say you have been there.
Experience the Aurora lights in west Iceland. There is little to no light pollution here and when the perfect conditions are met you will see one of mother nature's most amazing shows. To be clear we do not control the aurora lights there is no on-switch, well at least we have not found it.
PLAN WITH US
You are always welcome to sit down and get insights into the locations we recomend you visit during your stay with us. We sure hope you start your journey from this gravel road - with the cool north wind in your face and the rising sun greeting you