Discover the best top things to do in Djupivogur, Iceland including JFS Handcraft, Papeyjarferdir, Eggin i Gledivik, Bulandstindur, Bakkabud, Arfleifd, The Bulandsnes, Djupivogur Swimming Pool and Sports Centre.
Restaurants in Djupivogur
5 based on 54 reviews
Jon is a great host. He is always so fun to meet and he tries to give you all the information you need regarding his stones and reindeer horns.
His shop is small but filled with great handcrafted gifts for every one.
Looking forward to go to Djúpivogur again.
5 based on 35 reviews
We stopped at Djupivogur while driving the ring road and happened to fall on this amazing guided tour. We were there on a gorgeous sunny day. The guide was very knowledgeable and helped us get very close to puffins by crawling close to them. We got amazing pictures of them. He also shared with us the fascinating story of the family who used to live on the island.
3.5 based on 86 reviews
What else is there to say. They are rocks shaped and polished to look like eggs, if you are driving by stop for a crazy photo op, if you are driving to see them well don't know what to really say about that.
the Good: yep they carved rocks to look like eggs
the Bad: they are rocks that are carved to look like eggs
The Ugly: a long row of rock carved eggs
On the scuba bubble scale of 1 to 10 bubbles I give this attraction 5 bubbles
4 based on 19 reviews
If you are travelling from northern Iceland to Reiquejavique using the Ring Road (main icelandic road - Number 1) , near the Berufjord, you will see this beautiful mountain that extends straight from the coast line. Don't miss the sight!
Just be careful with the road!...the worst you can imagine!
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Bakkabud is a small and unique shop in Djupivogur Iceland. At the store you can buy Icelandic design and handcraft from local artists. As well we have Scandinavian design brands and Souvenirs from Iceland.
Stopped by at this shop in the amazing fisherman village Djupivogur. My wife was searching for gifts for her parents and found jam made of berries from the local area. Prices are really good. The store is something different and I even found antiques there. The owners told me everything about the antiques they have gathered over the years and are now selling some of their collection in the shop.
5 based on 5 reviews
Arfleifd specializes in high quality handcrafted handbags, apparel and accessories made from Icelandic materials such as reindeer- lamb- and fish leather, horns, bones, wool, feathers and horse hair. Arfleifd's products are designed from the natural shape of the materials and carefully handcrafted with focus on details and difference that makes each piece absolutely unique.
Arfleifd is the maker of the most unique leather items, one of a kind, a true Icelandic souvenir.
We went to their main showroom in Djupivogur, enroute from Egilstadir to Hofn, and found a large selection of one-of-a-kind handbags, my favorite was made of reindeer leather with a design of fish skins - catfish, salmon, cod and perch. Djupivogur is also a pleasant small fishing port town.
5 based on 2 reviews
Over het schiereiland Bulandsnes ten westen van Djopivigur zijn prachtige wandelroutes uitgezet. De routes zijn prima gemarkeerd door paaltjes, maar voor nog geen Euro is bij de Tourist Information aan de haven van Djupivogur een prachtige kaart verkrijgbaar, waarop aan de achterzijde de vogels zijn afgebeeld die je waarschijnlijk zult zien. De wandelroute start bij de Tourist Information en voert kris kras over het schiereiland, is goed begaanbaar (soms iets drassig zodat waterdichte schoenen wel zijn aan te bevelen) en op 2 punten in te korten. Midden op Bulandsness zijn 2 vogelkijkhutten. Het lanschap is prachtig afwisselend en doet soms aan het wad, soms aan de Slufter op Texel en soms aan het zwin in Zeeland denken, met dien verstande dat het zand niet wit is maar zwart. Indien je bij mooi weer in Djupivogur bent, een paar uur de tijd hebt, graag wandelt en van planten en vogels houdt, en dan is deze wandeling aan te bevelen.
5 based on 1 reviews
Djupivogur is a small town with basically no attractions. We were happy to find the swimming pool facility (which was not even on TripAdvisor). The entrance fee is of a symbolic sum and offers basic storage of valuables. For kids there are toys and floating devices provided and a small shallow geothermal heated pool.
An excellent facility to make use of while stopping by in Djupivogur. We were very satisfied with our visit.
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