You might think Seyðisfjörður is the end of the line, but further retreat is possible. The remote farm Skálanes, 19km east of...
Stafdalur Ski Area
From about December to May, there’s downhill and cross-country skiing at Stafdalur, 9km from Seyðisfjörður on the road to Egilsstaðir –...
Fjarðarsel Hydroelectric Power Station
The first high-voltage electricity in Iceland came from the Fjarðarsel hydroelectric power station , which opened in 1913. The power...
Worth a look is the Mini Ciné , which, as the name suggests, is a casual place to kick back and catch a flick. When films aren’t being...
The snack bar at the Shell petrol station does hot dogs and sandwiches, as well as cooked lunch/dinner mains – usually something...
Hafnargata 44 · interesting places nearby
Tækniminjasafn Austurlands information
For insight into the town’s fishing and telecommunications history, stop by this worthwhile technical museum. It’s housed in two buildings on Hafnargata: the impressive 1894 home of Norwegian shipowner Otto Wathne (the old telegraph station), and a mechanical workshop from 1907.