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It’s actually quite easy to get here. We’re “just around the corner” from Reykjavik capital area.

By car you can drive from Reykjavik (30min) and then you are entering the west side of South Iceland and visiting attractions like Hveragerdi, Thingvellir National Park and Selfoss.
You can enter South Iceland straight from Keflavík via Grindavík road (nr. 43) and the South Coast Road (nr. 427).
You can also enter South Iceland from East Iceland visiting attractions like Hofn, Skaftafell and Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon.

By air is possible to fly to Hofn in Hornafjordur with Eagle Air and from there drive to the west through South Iceland to Reykjavik.

By bus you have a lot of possibilities, day tours, ordinary tickets and passports from the two companies with schedules in South Iceland.

We recommend that you base yourself somewhere in South Iceland and then take day tours from there.

It actually does not matter how you will visit us, we will be glad to serve you and show you the very best of south Iceland.

Come and be inspired by south Iceland.

Car Rentals
There are plenty of car rentals throughout the country. Some are part of an international chain and others are privately owned. Prices and quality may vary so it’s important to examine carefully all the possibilities.
Domestic flights
Iceland has a few airlines, international and domestic flights can be booked through their websites or via telephone.
Several ferries sail from the mainland to the local islands. The international ferry 'Norræna' also docks in the east coast town of Seyðisfjörður.
Most of the more populated areas of Iceland have taxis. They all have meters, and charge a starting fee in addition to charging by the minute.
Bus tours
Buses operate all over the country. Some routes are driven year round but some roads are only open during the summer. Detailed maps of different routes are available at the tourist information centers as well as in certain other public areas.
Public Transportation
Buses go around the greater city area every day from early in the morning until late in the evening. The same bus company also has scheduled routes outside of the city. For frequent users, special bus cards are a good alternative but those who use the bus less frequently may want to purchase some bus tickets at a slight discount.   Public transportation in South Iceland
To Iceland by Sea
Although the most common way of traveling to and from Iceland is by air, many travel by ship. The ferry 'Norræna' docks in the east part of Iceland and several cruise ships also visit during the summer, docking in other parts of the country.