Explore: Industrial Hemp and Aquaponics: Cultivation &Camp; Educational center. Tours start every hour.
Gautavik on the north shore of the Berufjordur Bay, is an inlet which was one of East Iceland’s main harbours during the first centuries of Icelandic history. A great deal of trading went on here, though the ruins still visible are all thought to date from before 1362. Situated under the slopes near the sea, the ruins lie on both sides of the Búðaa river and under legal protection.
Tel. +354 869 7411 / 777 6190 firstname.lastname@example.org
Open every day 11am – 4pm. Groups can visit before and after if arranged beforehand.
Entrance fee (excluding Farm shop):
Included: Tour (approx 1 hr) and access to everything the farm has to offer (listed below).
Adults: 1.500 ISK
Children 6-17y: 750 kr.
- Open farm, 20-25 min drive from Djupivogur (North) (er hægt að sýna staðsetninguna á korti?).
- Farm shop with gift products, souvenirs & model toys designed and manufactured on the farm, and a variety of snacks, e.g. from Icelandic small-scale food producers https://ssfm.is/felagsmenn
- Industrial hemp and aquaponics: In- and outdoor Cultivation & Educational Center. Tours.
- Animal farm: Horses (not to ride), pigs, sheep & lambs, settlement chickens, ducks, trout and dogs. Tours.
- Golf: Home-made 7-hole, par 3, golf course (20 min)
- Outdoor toys
- Home-made sports area for children inside the barn
- Ancient trading center: Trail to old relics
- Rivers, shore, and bay: Explore and play