Vík í Mýrdal

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Vík  (GPS 63°25’10.97″N   19° 0’25.17″W) is a shortening of the name Vík í Mýrdal, and it is a village located in south Iceland. It has a population of 290 people and it is the southernmost village in Iceland. The distance from Reykjavík is 186 km ( 115 miles ). There is a daily scheduled bus service from Reykjavík to Vík.

 Accommodation

A list of hotel, guesthouses, youth hostel, and camping site can be found at:  (http://tjalda.is/en/vik-i-myrdal/).

 Services and leisure

Services and leisure activities include restaurants, coffee houses, swimming pool, fishing, horse rental, glacier walk, a 10 minutes drive to the famous black beach Reynisfjara, and 20 minutes drive to Dyrhólaey a small promonontory with a hole in the middle.

Wool gallery http://www.visitvik.is/listings/wool-gallery/

Skaftfellingur museum –Exhibition of 100 year old cargo ship

http://www.visitvik.is/listings/skaftfellingur-museum/

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