Iceland’s capital city is the centre of the island nation’s culture and where the majority of its populated live. This pretty city is dotted with colourful houses, lovely parks and a handful of museums, while magnificent natural scenery can be seen both within and surrounding the city.
Reykjavik’s city centre can easily be explored on foot though to visit other areas of the city, self-drive is the best mode of transport. Many visitors opt to hire a motorhome as recreational vehicle selection is good and campervan grounds plentiful.
An Icelandic Self-drive campervan hire holiday is one the most popular options to see the most of this amazing Greenland. Fully equipped motorhomes are perfect for those visitors who wish to explore the many sights that are on offer including jaw-dropping fjords and rugged coastlines matched with mountainous interior. Roads are all first class making driving easy and camping hire sites are available in a large number of tourist attractions.
Recommended campervan drives in Reykjavik
Snæfellsjökull National Park:
a spectacular drive along the west coast to the Snæfellsnes Peninsula and its magnificent 700,000-year-old, ice-covered volcanic crater. Enjoy the scenery from Olafsvik Camping Grounds or Hellissandur Caravan Grounds. On the way, stop at Fljótstunga Holiday Farm to visit Deildartunguhver, the world’s largest hot spring.
this road, officially called Route F35, runs through the interior of Iceland to the spectacular Kjölur plateau, an area which sits between the Hofsjökull and Langjökull glaciers. This stunning drive passes the Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir hot spring, with rest stops possible at the Uthlid Camping & Motorhome Site and Kerlingarfjöll Highland Campervan Resort.
take a beautiful drive through southwest Iceland to spot whales, see dramatic seaside cliffs and bathe in the famous Blue Lagoon. This short drive to the island’s southwestern-most point is spectacular, with lots of places to rest, including Sandgerði Campervanning Ground, Alex Guesthouse & Camping and Austurvegur Caravan Ground.
Reykjavik is served by Route 1 (the Ring Road) and Route 40 (Reykjanesbraut), making it a breeze to enjoy self-drive day trips by campervan rental in its surrounding area. Without a doubt, the most popular day trip is to the Blue Lagoon, a famous geothermal spa located on the Reykjanes Peninsula, which can be incorporated with a visit to the nearby Geysir hot spot.
Hafnarfjörður, which is just outside of the city, is a beautiful historical city with an informative museum and picturesque old houses. Thingvellir National Park is not to be missed and can be reached in just over one hour from the city by RV hire Iceland.
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