Hidden away in the Ölfusdalur valley is an absolute gem of a coffie house. With freshly made cakes, deliciously brewed coffee, hot chocolate topped off with whipped cream, this is a haven for all visitors to the area. Whether you are hiking along the valley and bathing in the natural streams in Reykjadalur, or visiting the geothermal park, or just exploring the region and want a great place to stop. The views are lovely and the atmosphere is friendly and welcoming.
Dalakaffi is in Ölfusdalur valley, where plumes of steam can be seen for miles. Ölfusdalur valley is to the north of Hveragerði , a town which has long been one of Iceland’s most popular tourist destinations. Hiking and riding trails stretch from the town throughout the valley, into the Hengill volcanic area and all the way to the Nesjavellir geothermal area and Þingvellir National Park. Along the way is the famous “hot river” where bathing is possible in warm water.
Salmon and trout swim in the Varmá River, berries grow wild in fields to the west of town, and innumerable walking trails wind through the beautiful countryside.