Top things to do

Public Art in Djúpivogur

Eggin í Gleðivík

Walk or drive down to the waterfront behind Langabúð and follow the road west to reach this intriguing public artwork: 34 oversized eggs along the jetty, each one representing a local bird. While you're there, check…
Gallery in Djúpivogur

JFS Handcraft & Stone Garden

A small place with a big reputation thanks to its owner. Jón is a welcoming local character with a great stonework collection; he makes beautiful jewellery and souvenirs.
Museum in Djúpivogur

Langabúð Museum

Djúpivogur's oldest building is the long, bright-red Langabúð, a harbourside log warehouse dating from 1790. It now houses a cafe and an unusual local museum. Downstairs is a collection of works by sculptor Rikarður…
Cafe in Djúpivogur

Langabúð Kaffihús

The in-demand cafe inside Langabúð Museum has a suitably old-world atmosphere, and serves cakes, soups and sandwiches. Keep an eye out for occasional live music and events held here, as the venue acts as a sort of c…
Icelandic in Djúpivogur

Hótel Framtíð Restaurant

The elegant restaurant at Hótel Framtíð is easily the nicest option in town. Dinner of lobster tails or roast lamb fillet hits the top end of the price scale and palate, but there are all-day pizzas too (from 1830kr…
Fast Food in Djúpivogur

Við Voginn

Come to this popular, central grill bar for cracker fish and chips, burgers, hot dogs and pitas, or to start the day with eggs and bacon.
Gardens in Djúpivogur

Bones, Sticks & Stones

En route to the jetty you’ll pass this quirky sculpture garden full of mineral rocks, bones and assorted flotsam and jetsam.
Supermarket in Djúpivogur

Kjörbúðin

On the main road, with a Vínbúðin attached.
Alcohol in Djúpivogur

Vínbúðin

Government-run liquor store.