Lovely family house surrounded by lava and beautiful garden

Lovely family house surrounded by lava and beautiful garden


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms

About our home

!! We are currently looking for a swap in Spain this summer and Tenerife for christmas !!
Our house is built in 1975 and is newly renovated. It is in the suburb right out of Reykjavík capital (7 min drive), a very quiet and friendly neighborhood with lot of activities.
Our house is at the end of our street with a very big garden surroundet with lava all around. In the neighbourhood we have 3 large swimmingpools and a small friendly midtown with alot of activities. There is a possibility to have a car with the house.


More about us

  1. Married with 3 kids

  2. Hannes is an independent consultant in software engineering and Gudrun is a yogateacher

  3. We love the sun and the beach and would like to stay abroad for 4-5 weeks this summer.


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Where is it?


You’re in elf country! Nestled in a fantastic lava field just outside of Reykjavik, the colorful harbor town of Hafnarfjordur has a distinct atmosphere where you can experience both traditional and offbeat experiences. Hafnarfjordur is considered Iceland’s unofficial elf capital, well known for its ‘hidden population’ or Huldufolk which are the elves and trolls believed to be roaming and living in the town’s lava formations.
In the downtown area you’ll find the lovely Hellisgerdi public park with volcanic boulders, small caves and the northernmost bonsai garden in the world.
The cool, white Hafnarborg Arts Center on the waterfront is a local treasure, offering a full program of art shows and musical events.
The Hafnarfjordur Museum offers a walk through the town’s history as a thriving fishing port and is based in three distinct buildings. The seaside suburb is also home to good restaurants, whale watching tours and horseback riding in the Burfell lava fields.

Buzzy restaurants
Cozy cafés,
Day tripping

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