Free internet. Small cafe inside serving coffee (from 360kr) and cakes.
This base – simply known as Landmannalaugar – is operated by Ferðafélag Íslands and provides hiking, accommodation and general info, plus maps of the local area. The same company runs the campsite and sleeping hut n…
Hveragerði has the regional tourist office for the entire south: this is the spot to stock up on free subregional maps and brochures. It shares space with a small exhibit about the earthquake that ripped through in …
At the top of the Almannagjá rift is a simple visitor centre with info on the area’s nature and history, plus a small shop selling coffee. The adjacent boardwalk offers great valley views. Toilets per visit 200kr. Y…
On Rte 36, on the northern side of the lake, the information centre has details about the national park, as well as a cafe, limited groceries and camping supplies.
Ferðafélag Íslands runs huts and campsites throughout the South, particularly along the Laugavegurinn hiking trail. The service can help with bookings, opening months and other information.
The tiny information desk inside the Fossbúð building has good info on the Fimmvörðuháls trail. It also has a small market with camping supplies.
Situated next to the church, with a small museum and next-door cafe serving soup, fish and chips, fisherman's stew omelettes, meatballs and coffee (dishes from 1800kr).
Basic coffee shop and info centre offering advice about the local area, plus cakes, coffee (from 440kr) and soft drinks. The cakes are delicious and all homemade.
Located just south of the Information Centre Hut in Landmannalaugar. Knock only for emergencies or medical help.