HVERAGERDI Village in bloom

We would like to welcome you to the unique town of Hveragerði. What makes it unique? Well the town is positioned on a active volcanic zone that traverses Iceland from south-west to north-east. Earthquakes are frequent thanks to the tectonic movements that rumble below, the most recent on May 29th 2008, that was 6.3 on the Richter scale. There are tales of a hot spring gushing up through a wash room floor following a volcanic eruption of Mt. Hekla in 1947. Another tale tells of unwanted household objects being hurled through the air from one of the hot springs in the Geothermal Park! Hveragerði is famous for its many greenhouses that use the geothermal heat from the ground to grow vegetables and flowers all year long.

There are great nature walks in and around Hveragerði and the hike to the Hot River in Reykjadalur is the most popular one. Please be careful and please take all the trash back with you.

There are few active hot springs in and around Hveragerði and we therefore ask you please excercise caution when exploring them, because of their unpredictable surroundings.

Hveragerði is indeed a very special and unique place.

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HVERAGERDI
GPS Points N63° 59' 49.141" W21° 11' 48.169"
Postal codes

810

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Landferðir
Day Tours
  • Lyngheiði 10
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 647-4755
Hveragerði Golf Club
Golf Courses
  • Gufudalur
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 483-5090, 483-5091
Laugaskarð Swimming pool
Swimming Pools
  • Laugaskarð
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 483-4113
The Botanical Garden – Hveragerði
Family & Fun Parks
  • Breiðamörk
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 483-4000

Others

Varmi Guesthouse
Guesthouses
  • Varmahlíð 15
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 6995858, 8617112
Inni - Boutique apartments
Guesthouses
  • Frumskógar 3
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 6602050
Hveragerði Camping Ground
Camping
  • v/ Reykjamörk
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 888-1717
Varmahlid Apartment
Apartments
  • Varmahlíð 6
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 853-1500
Hverahlid Apartment
Apartments
  • Hverahlíð 8
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 853-1500

Others

Bakery Almar
Cafés
  • Sunnumörk 2-4
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 483-1919
Matkráin
Restaurants
  • Breiðamörk 10
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 4831105
Hofland Eatery
Restaurants
  • Sunnumörk 2
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 5377800
Fiskverslun Hveragerðis
Shopping
  • Breiðumörk 2
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 851-1415
Reykr
Restaurants
  • Hverhamar
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 8459193
Rósakaffi
Cafés
  • Breiðamörk 3
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 4833301
Ísbúðin okkar - Ice Cream
Cafés
  • Sunnumörk 2
  • 810 Hveragerði
  • 7773737
For the Children
Reykjafoss in the Botanical Garden in Hveragerði

The Botanical garden in Hveragerði is in the center of the town. Since 1983 it has given people the chance to relax and enjoy nature amongst the trees and the wonderful river Varmá with the waterfall Reykjafoss right next to the garden. Further along the river a hiking trail goes past ruins of an old wool factory and ruins of a hydro-electric powerplant surrounded by colourful hot-spring areas.

Nature
Geothermal area in Hveragerdi

Right inside the town of Hveragerði is an area of hot springs from which the community derives its name (hver = hot spring). The hot springs of Hveragerði are among the most remarkable natural attractions og south Iceland. Visitors to the Geothermal Area can learn about geothermal energy and the springs, which include Eilífur, a geysir which erupts regulary, Ruslahver which has an interesting history. You can also boil an egg in the area and try the hot spring bread."

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Weekdays 09:00- 17:00 09:00- 17:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-17:00
Saturdays Closed 09:00- 17:00* 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-18:00 09:00-17:00
Sundays Closed Closed 10:00-16:00 10:00-16:00 10:00-16:00 Closed
*From 15th May
During winter we welcome groups upon request

Telephonenumber: +354 4835062

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