Plenty to see and do
Just outside the capital, Reykjavík, and a stone’s throw from Keflavík International Airport, Reykjanesbær has a wide range of what Iceland has to offer – from concerts with Iceland’s most popular artistes to exploring the great outdoors.
You don’t have to look too far to enjoy a wide range of activities and experiences.
The Icelandic Museum of Rock & Roll
The rock museum is interactive and suitable for the whole family. There, guests can explore the world of music, play the various instruments and even record a song.
Giantess in the cave
At the marina lives a friendly giant that is kind to children, although some find it rather large and rugged. Skessan is everyone's friend, very inviting and ready to use her size and energy to help in the problems of the little ones, his friends.
The bridge between continents
If you are strong enough, you can lift this bridge, but if you cross it, you have traveled between two continents.
Sudurnes Golf Course
How about a round of golf? The course has a spectacular view to the Capital Reykjavik and the mountains Esja and Akrafjall on the right day.
You will find our art museum in Duus museums, which is a venue for new trends in art. There are strict artistic requirements that show the best in modern art.
Reykjanes UNESCO Global Geopark
Reykjanesbær is in the middle of an active volcanic area that has received international UNESCO certification as a Global Geopark.
Local history museum
The Reykjanesbær Regional Museum collects, preserves, researches, media and studies the history of the area. You will find a variety of exhibitions in Duus museum.
The possibilities for outdoor activities are endless, whether you want to enjoy nature or test your endurance and have fun with us.
Go for a swim, hot tub or sauna...
The swimming center has a 25-meter outdoor pool, four swimming pools and a steam room. In addition, it has one of the most magnificent 50-meter indoor pools in the country.
Explore the local shops
Are you looking for Icelandic design, sports brands, handicrafts or outdoor goods? Or just something completely different? You will probably find it after a stroll on Hafnargata, our main shopping street which has been beautifully restored.