Viking Stay and Golf under the Midnight Sun
Where to play?
1. Keilir Golf Course
Keilir Golf Course is a links course in the town of Hafnarfjörður just 15 minutes from downtown Reykjavik. On this course, the front and back nine feel as if they are in two different worlds. The front nine is surrounded by a lava field while the back sits on a small peninsula at the entrance to Hafnarfjörður harbor, with spectacular views of Snaefellsjokull glacier and the Alftanes
peninsula. Keilir Golf Course is all about skill and accuracy over power and distance, particularly when dealing with the lava field in the front nine!
2. Oddur Golf Course
Opened in August of 1997 Oddur Golf Course is considered to be one of the finest golf courses in Iceland. Sitting on a heathland surrounded by a lava field, the club operates two courses (an 18 and 9-hole) and is a regular venue on the Icelandic Amateur Tour. In 2016 the club proudly hosted the European Ladies’ Amateur Team Championship. The course is open from the 15th of May – 15th of October each year, weather permitting.
3. Brautarholt Golf Course
Playing golf at Brautarholt Golf Course in the dramatic landscape of Iceland is an adventure you will remember for a lifetime. A half-hour drive from Reykjavik, the course lies by the sea with a view of the city. Brautarholt ranks among the top 100 golf courses in the world according to Golfscape.com and in the top 40 golf courses in Scandinavia according to Golf Digest Magazine. Beyond offering a breathtaking landscape in which to play a round of golf Brautarholt also offers a small pro shop and cafe.
Things to do
1. Golden Circle
3. Daytour to Reykjavik.
Enjoy our tour in the Capital Area.
4. Daytour Reykjanes
A day tour in one of the most popular areas in the country.
*You can add more golf and days to this package. We offer customised packages for you or your group. Send us your enquiry through the form or send an email to [email protected]
Where to stay?
1. The Viking Village - Viking Hotel, Hafnarfjördur
Located in Hafnarfjörður on the outskirts of Reykjavik, Hotel Viking embraces all things Viking
and West Nordic. Fine art and crafts from Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands greet you upon entering the hotel. The hotel’s 42 well-appointed rooms are split between two floors with the first having a Viking style while the second floor is in the West Nordic style.
Geothermal hot tubs offer a place to recuperate and freshen up after a long day of adventures. Complimentary Wi-Fi access is available as well as free parking just outside the hotel.
The Viking Village is a unique place and it is the only Viking-themed hotel and restaurant in Iceland. The hotel’s facilities have been gradually developing over the last 29 years and continue to do so.