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Budardalur

Budardalur is the main administrative and service centre in the Dalabyggd region.

Few parts of Iceland are as rich in history as Dalabyggd, where records go back virtually unbroken to the Settlement in the 9th and 10th centuries.

On the 24th July 2000, a replica of a Viking ship, Islendingur (Icelander), set sail from Budardalur harbour en route for Greenland and America, retracing the first Viking voyages to North America.

The old cooperative building by the harbour is being converted into a Tourist Infromation Centre and an Exhibiton Hall.

From Reykjavík City Centre to Budardalur: 153 km.

Tourist Information Office, guesthouse, camping site, restaurant and café.

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Budardalur
GPS Points N65° 6' 31.414" W21° 45' 54.797"
Postal codes

370

Population

270

Website www.dalir.is

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Others

Dala Travel
Tour Operators
  • Dalbraut 2
  • 370 Búðardalur
  • 869-1402, 690-0628
Blómalindin Café
Cafés
  • Vesturbraut 12a
  • 370 Búðardalur
  • 434-1606, 894-6808
Handicraft Group Bolli
Crafts & Design
  • Vesturbraut 12
  • 370 Búðardalur
  • 434-1410, 771-7713, 893-7742

Others

The Fishing Spot
Restaurants
  • Vesturbraut 12a
  • 370 Búðardalur
  • 434-1110
Blómalindin Café
Cafés
  • Vesturbraut 12a
  • 370 Búðardalur
  • 434-1606, 894-6808
Samkaup Strax
Cafés
  • Vesturbraut 10
  • 370 Búðardalur
  • 434-1180

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The population centres in West Iceland are as varied as they are many. Ten places have over 50 residents and Akranes is the most densely populated with 6,500 inhabitants. 

All of the larger communities put ever-increasing emphasis on dynamic tourism where a wide selection of recreation and services are offered.   

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