The Herring House Guesthouse in the Northernmost Town of ICELAND
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ABOUT SIGLUFJÖRÐUR

Siglufjörður is The Northernmost Town in Iceland. The town is known for its herring industry that bloomed in the 1940s and has now transformed into a charming little fishing village with its friendly locals.  Siglufjörður enjoys a dramatic setting beside a small fjord at the northern tip of Tröllaskagi.

MUSEUMS

In Siglufjörður you will find The Herring Era Museum & The Folk Music Center…..

HIKING

There is a wide range of hiking trails in Siglufjörður and its surroundings. The popular hike over the passes of Hólsskarð and Hestsskarð to the beautiful fjord of Héðinsfjörður.  For those who prefer shorter walks there is a trail up to the basin of Hvanneyraskál just above the town. For more information on hiking click Here

WHALE WATCHING & BOAT TOURS

Whale Watching from Dalvík - 25 min. drive: http://www.arcticseatours.is

Whale Watching & Sea Angling from Hauganes - 40 min. Drive:

http://www.niels.is/


Ferry to Hrísey Island & Grímsey Island - above the arctic circle: http://www.landflutningar.is/saefari/english



EVENTS 2015

SWIMMING

There are two swimming pools in the area. Siglufjörður has an indoor swimming pool with an outdoor hot tub. Ólafsfjörður (15 km) offers an outdoor swimming pool with jacuzzi, a children pool, two slides and a steam bath.





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GOLF

Siglufjörður Golf club is located at Hóll just outside the center of town. It is a 9-hole golf course located in a beautiful area with beautiful view over the fjord.

BIRD WATCHING

Characteristic of Siglufjördur is the extensive and varied birdlife all year round. Some 2000 birds, of 16-18 different species are usually found in Siglufjördur and there is an increasing number of species that attempt to nest in the area.



HOW TO GET THERE

The best way to get here is by renting a car, bus from Reykjavik or flight to Akureyri and bus from there.