Meet the Members Monday

Today on Meet the Members Monday, meet Cristina who swapped her cosy mountain villa in Spain for Sigurdur's traditional Icelandic house in Iceland! Christina's home is a semidetached house located on one of the most beautiful villages, Camprodon in...

Today on Meet the Members Monday, meet Cristina who swapped her cosy mountain villa in Spain for Sigurdur's traditional Icelandic house in Iceland!

Christina's home is a semidetached house located on one of the most beautiful villages, Camprodon in the Pyrenees mountain range just north of Catalonia. This wonderful villa has 3 bedrooms that can sleep up to 5 people comfortably. Because of the home is situated in the country side, there are a lot of outdoor, nature activities to do. It is perfect for a family vacation during the summer or a weekend getaway. There are lots to do if you stay in this home. Take a trip to Costa Brava for the sea or even visit the cosy traditonal French villages that are less than 30 km away.

When Sigurdur and his family swapped for this home, they loved how cosy the villa was because it made them feel right at home. They also enjoyed Camprodon which was beautiful and the short drive to the sandy beaches of Costa Bravacoastline. View the full listing here to start swapping your home with this one.

Sigurdur's house is a traditional Icelandic family house, built in 1932, that is near the center of the capital, Reykjavik. The location of this home is very convenient because it only takes 15 minutes to walk to the city for a variety of restaurants and bars. The home is also very close to the sea where you can take a lovely walk by the shore. Sigurdur's home is the ideal place to stay at if you want to enjoy the Icelandic summer.

When Cristina swapped her home for this house, not only did she find the house to be very comfortable and cosy but also Reikjavik. She particularly enjoyed the peacefulness and the modernity of the city, and that it was very safe for walking and cycling. Lastly, she loved the nature view and landscapes in Iceland. Click here to start swapping for this home.

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