Grindavík

Trouble brewing under Grindavík

It really surprises you that Grindavík's coat of arms is a foreign goat. Most of the natural riches in this area are drawn from the sea, but not from the barren...

An eruption seems imminent

Grindavík is the sixteenth largest town in Iceland, with 3,800 inhabitants, of which 800 are children in the town's primary and kindergarten schools. Grindavík ...

Danger in Grindavík

The Icelandic Meteorological Office not only makes weather forecasts and does the aviation weather services for Iceland and the sea area around the country, but...

The eruption at Litli-Hrútur

The eruption at Litli-Hrútur In a straight line from Reykjavík, the capital area is only about 30 km / 18 mi from the eruption at Litli-Hrútur. An eruption t...

The Town of Grindavík

The Town of GrindavíkThe new eruption site in Grindavík Grindavík, a family-oriented village, is one of the nation’s strongest fishing industry towns, home t...

Eruption in Iceland

Eruption in Iceland On the 10th of July at 16:40 an eruption started at Reykjanes peninsula, only 30 km / 20 mi from Reykjavík, near mt. Keilir and Fagradalsfj...

Fish House Bar & Grill

Fish House Bar & Grill In the fisherman´s town of Grindavik, a dark brown, cabin-style house hosts the Fish House Bar & Grill. In front of the rest...

Blue Lagoon Bliss

Nature’s Nuances Blue Lagoon Bliss Bodies lie weightlessly suspended, envelopedin mineral rich, milky blue waters. Faces covered with white silica masks wade sl...

1,000 Years of Fish

1,000 Years of Fish A small fishing village has turned into an export hub Fishing is in the blood and heritage of the Vikings of Iceland. Starting out as a ...

Iceland in a Day

Iceland in a DayReykjavik Excursions tour to Reykjanes reveals the countryWhen you visit this country, you want to make the most of it. This tour encapsulates s...