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Dalvík (GPS 65°58’13.77″N 18°31’42.03″W) is in North Iceland, located on the west side of the fjord Eyjafjörður at Tröllaskagi peninsula It has a population of 1400 people. The distance from Reykjavik is 412 km ( 256 miles )by road. There is a daily scheduled bus from Reykjavik to Dalvík.

Accomodation

A list of hotels, guesthouses and camping can be found at : (http://tjalda.is/en/dalvik/).

Services and leisure

Services include restaurants, grocery store.

Leisure activities include a 9 hole golf course, horse rental, hiking, whale watching, and sea angling.

Annual festival

Fiskidagurinn Mikli

In early August every year, the festival “Fiskidagurinn mikli” takes place in Dalvík. Otherwise known as the great fish day. Between 11:00 and 17:00, guests are invited to a free fish buffet at the harbour in Dalvík. In the evening there is a concert with live music with many well known Icelandic bands playing their music. There is a firework display late in the evening .This is one of the biggest festivals in Iceland, with over 30.000 people visiting Dalvik.

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