Where time stands still and nothing interferes. Grímsey Island offers a varied birdlife in their natural environment, where you can easily forget time and place. The North Arctic Circle lies across the island, which today is a part of Akureyri.

Many travellers find it fascinating how far from land the Grímsey Island really is. A big part  of the visit to Grímsey Island is the travelling over there. The island is not just a destination or stop but the journey to the island is often a great experience. It is common on the ferry trips to see whales and dolphins swimming and showing there arts so the tourists receive extra experience on their journey.

Básar Guesthouse offers 18 beds in eight different rooms, either made up or for sleeping bags. Breakfast is on offer, as well as full meals if requested. The guesthouse is located next to the Arctic Circle and you only have to take three steps outside the guesthouse to cross it.

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66.54779944862001, -18.021193746011704

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