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They can be found all over the country. Their staff provide
information on the weather forecast, interesting places, help book events and much more.
Maps and brochures are also available at these centers.

Rjúkandi Hotel, Café & Restaurant
Hotel Rjúkandi offers 14 rooms. Each of them is sound proofed with soft lighting, Internet and Wi-FI , hairdryer, kettle, desk, chairs. All bathrooms feature a shower, WC and sliding doors. Lay back on Scandinavian designed bed, draw back the curtains and take in the spectacular views of the fairways and greens of the surrounding. Throw open the window and enjoy the breeze that blows down from the Snæfellsnes peninsula. Hotel Rjúkandi offers free Internet, along with hiking, horse riding and glacier tours with companies in the area. Private bathrooms and mountain views are standard room features. Hotel’s restaurant serves traditional Icelandic dinners with organic ingredients, wines and beers. Rjúkandi Kaffi - Restaurant & Café - Rjúkandi Kaffi offers great coffee, homemade cakes and a café menu for hungry travellers. Rjúkandi Restaurant offers local cuisine with the best and fresh ingredients from mother nature, depending on what each month provides. The restaurant is open 15th May - 15th September, daily from 10:00 to 22:00 and 16th May - 14th September, daily from 10:00 to 18:00. Snæfellsjökull National Park Visitor Centre in Snaefellsnes is 58 Km from Rjúkandi. Visitors are given an opportunity to touch and experience various things, such walking in the footsteps of ancient Icelanders by trying on ancient leather shoes and walking over lava just as they would have done. Rjúkandi is only one and half hour driving from Reykjavík. We are in the middle of Snæfellsnes peninsula and just 32 Km to Stykkishólmur, 38 Km to Grundarfjörður, 57 Km to Ólafsvík, 35 Km to Búðir, 54 Km to Arnarstapi and 58 Km to Hellnar.
Snaefellsjokull National Park
The Visitor´s Centre is full of information and facts about life around the Glacier. The theme of the display is the fishermen of the ancient fishing stations in the area and their use of nature as a means of livelihood. All senses are appealed to as guests are encouraged to taste, smell and try out various parts of the display.  It is possible for visitors of any age to find something fun and interesting to do at the Visitor´s Centre.    The Snæfellsjökull National Park is the first national park in Iceland, the boundaries of which reach out into the sea. Indeed, in many people‘s opinion, it is high time the sea and shore were given their due respect. After all, Icelanders have lived close to the ocean from the time of the Settlement in the 9th century and the Park‘s uniqueness has its roots in the harmony between man and sea. The park is perfect for exploring the adventurous world of the ocean, coastline and beach, seabirds and other life in and around the sea. Allthough the marine factor is the pride of the Park, it is also a marvel for those interested in geology - and especially volcanology. Conditions for bird watching are good; birdlife is abundant both by the coast and in the lowlands. Snæfellsjökull glacier is also famous for the great powers and energy that many spiritually minded people sense when close to it. It is said to be one of the seven great energy centres of the earth. Click here to see the opening hours
The Ferry Baldur
The way to Flatey Island and the Westfjords Ferry Baldur daily crosses Breidafjörður Bay between Stykkishólmur on the Snæfellsnes peninsula and Brjánslækur in the north of Iceland. A ferry trip shortens the route between the south and mid-west of the country and the West Fjords region. It gives you also the opportunity to experience a floating restaurant. During the summer months there are two departures daily; see summer schedule. Over the summer many visitors choose to visit the beautiful charming island of Flatey, renowned for its birdlife. It's popular to take the morning ferry from Stykkishólmur and return in the evening or continue on to Brjánslækur. For those traveling by car it is possible to send the car across the bay, whole stopping in Flatey (without extra charge).Note that limited stops are in Flatey Island during the winter. Please order space for cars on the ferry in advance.Seatours also offers the Unique Adventure tour, Tourmet Tours for groups and various private tours
Akranes District Information Office
Akranes Information Centre is situated in the Akranes Lighthouse. Here you can get information about the area.  Opening hours at the tourist information office and the Akranes lighthouse:1st May - 15th September: daily from 11:00 to 16:00 16th September - 30th April: daily 13:00 to 15:00 and upon request for groups.
Snæfellsnes Visitor Center
The Snæfellsnes Tourist information Centre is located at Breiðablik, the entrance to Snæfellsnes. The centre helps you to plan the perfect holiday in Snæfellsnes. Open daily from 10:00 to 17:00.
Hotel Bifröst
Hotel Bifrost is a cosy hotel at a very beautiful and scenic location at the heart of Borgarfjordur. The hotel is located at the Icelandic ring-road - highway no. one - 102 km distance from Reykjavík and is therefore only one and half an hours drive away from Iceland´s capital.At Hotel Bifrost there are 52 spaceous, cosy, light rooms for two persons each. All the rooms have a separate WC and a shower, satellite TV and an internet connection. The hotel is very accessible for disabled persons and there is an elevator in the hotel.The Hotel´s restaurant - Café Bifröst has seats for around 100 people. The restaurant emphasizes and offers a diversified and healthy menu, and is proud to use local raw materials.It is possible to book conferences, meetings or courses at the Hotel, as there are available meeting locations and auditories of all types and sizes.
Grundarfjörður Information Center
The Tourist Information Center in Grundarfjörður helps you with information regarding Grundarfjörður, the Snæfellsnes peninsula and other inquiries. The building also accommodates the public library and several interesting exhibits about the town in former times. All exhibitions are free of charge. Opening hours:All year: Mondays to Thursdays 13:00-17:00Please see updates at https://www.facebook.com/UpplysingamidstodGrundarfjardar/  
Snorrastofa Reykholt
Reykholt is one of Iceland's most renowned historical sites where some of the finest works of Old Icelandic literature were written. Snorrastofa, a cultural - and medieval centre, founded in memory of Snorri Sturluson,and situated in his ancient homestead at Reykholt. Snorrastofa manages various research projects and provides reception and information for travelers, historical exhibitions, guided tours and lectures. Books on history and culture, Icelandic handicraft and souvenirs are available in the shop. Guest accommodation for scholars and facilities for conferences and gatherings Concerts in the church of Reykholt.  Opening hours Weekdays: Saturdays: Sundays: May 1st - August 31st: 10:00-17:00 10:00-17:00 10:00-17:00 1st September - April 30th: 10:00-17:00 Closed Closed Open on request during winter weekends.
Borgarbyggd Tourist Information Center
Borgarbyggd Tourist Information Centre is located in the shop Ljómalind, located at Brúartorg 4 in Borgarnes and provides useful information about the area.  Opening hours in July:From July 4th: open daily 10:00-21:00
Snaefellsbaer District Information Office
The Tourist Information Centre is located in Átthagastofa, at Kirkjutún2, in the heart of Ólafsvík. The centre is located in a building behind the black wooden Pakkhús on the main street. The centre offers detailed tourist information, internet access and helps you to plan the perfect holiday in Snæfellsnes. The Information Centre is open 8-16 on weekdays through July.