Things to see and do - Grindavík
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Grindavík Travel guide
Grindavík : Michelin's recommendations
Grindavík is a quiet little fishing village near the Blue Lagoon and the only town on the southern coast of the Reykjanes Peninsula. Its traditions are preserved at the Saltfisksetur Íslands, a museum about salt cod, one of the country’s sources of wealth since the early 20C.
Tourist attractions Grindavík : Things to see and do
IS - 240 Grindavík
The Blue Lagoon, created by run-off from a nearby thermal plant, is on Reykjanes Peninsula, a lava field with open-air volcanic and geothermal activity. The lagoon offers swimmers its warm and salutary opaline waters. Guaranteed relaxation in a lunar..
Hafnargata 12a IS - 240 Grindavík
Grindavík's main attraction is dedicated to fishing in Iceland. The Icelandic Saltfish Museum has a small exhibition that focuses on the cod salting and drying industry in particular. Wax figures, films, photos and artefacts help grasp the evolution ..