Holiday village at the foot of the Snæfellsjökul glacier.
Grass-roof house for six people, located directly by the sea, on the island of Vestvågøy.
Secluded holiday home for up to 6 people at a fjord.
“I have never been so impressed. The location and the view are stunningly beautiful.”
“Point Piper” – a country house for up to five people, located above Loch Dunvegan.
Enjoy Stunning Nature from your Holiday Home in Iceland
Savour unspoiled nature from the comfort of a holiday house in Iceland. Known as the "Land of Fire and Ice", this Nordic island nation is characterised by immense glaciers, geysers and volcanoes. A holiday rental is a great option when planning a vacation here, as it gives you flexibility with time and location to really get close to the natural world. You may choose to find a holiday rental close to the Blue Lagoon in Grindavik, a geothermal spa and underground hot spring perfect for wellness and relaxation breaks. You can also arrange tours to the glaciers from your holiday house, such as Skaftafell Ice Cave in the south of Iceland. The spectacular Kirkjufell Mountain is a great spot to admire the Northern Lights, whilst Landmannalaugar features awesome lava fields and surreal landscapes.
Explore Unique Architecture and Marine Life
The country not only offers spectacular nature on land but also a wealth of marine life. Rent a holiday home in Iceland near to whale-watching points, where these remarkable creatures can be observed in the wild. If you're staying at an appartement in capital city Reykjavik on the western coast, Hallgrimskirkja is hard to miss. This extraordinary church is the tallest building in the country and its architecture was inspired by the amazing Black Falls. Other unique sites to be explored include the turf huts at Glaumbær and the church of Blönduóskirkja, while Akureyri in the Northeastern Region is a quaint city worth exploring.
When to Visit
Summertime brings with it longer days and warmer temperatures, ideal for exploring as it makes many untouched sites more accessible. To glimpse the spectacular Aurora Borealis, the best time to book a holiday is from mid-September to mid-April. Glacier attractions are best during winter when the ice is firm and it is safe to enter caves. Autumn is pretty special too, with myriad colours providing a spectacular panorama, although the weather can be unpredictable around then.
Reviews from our customers
The top rated locations in Iceland
- Dalvík in the region of Northeast Iceland
- Akureyri in the region of Northeast Iceland
- Laugarvatn in the region of South Iceland
- Haugar in the region of West Iceland
- Selfoss in the region of South Iceland
- Grímsnes in the region of South Iceland
- Hvolsvöllur in the region of South Iceland
- Eyrarvatn in the region of West Iceland
- Reykholt in the region of South Iceland
- Úthlíð in the region of South Iceland
Hellnar, West Iceland (Snæfellsjökull-Nationalpark)
Holiday home for max. 4 adults + 1 childfrom USD 1,060for 1 weekApprox. 100 m², 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, pets not allowed, TV, Complete WLAN coverage, washing machine, dishwasher, non-smoking property, sandy beach approx. 1 km, sea/lake view, exceptional house, Cottage
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