Ferry crossing and accommodation

On your way to or from Iceland you pass the Faroe Islands. Here you should definitely take the time to stop over, either on your way to Iceland or on your way back home.

Travel period 05.06-20.08.2021.

Option 1

Tuesday: Departure from Denmark
Thursday: Arrival in Iceland
Spend 1 or 2 weeks in Iceland
Thursday: Departure from Iceland
Friday: Arrival in the Faroe Islands
Spend 3 days in the Faroes
Sunday: Departure from the Faroe Islands
Tuesday: Arrival in Denmark

Option 2

Saturday: Departure from Denmark
Sunday: Arrival in the Faroe Islands
Spend 3 days in the Faroes
Wednesday: Departure from the Faroe Islands
Thursday: Arrival in Iceland
Spend 1 or 2 weeks in Iceland
Thursday: Departure from Iceland
Saturday: Arrival in Denmark

Below you can find price examples for the summer period. For alternative travel periods and combinations please contact us on +298 345900 or send an email to booking@smyrilline.com.

Price examples per Person, when 2 people travel together


7 nights in Iceland & 3 nights in the Faroe Islands

With your motorcycle: from € 1.690

With your car: from € 1.760
 

14 nights in Iceland & 3 nights in the Faroe Islands

With your motorcycle: from € 2.490

With your car: from € 2.560
 

  • Price includes
    • Ferry crossing Denmark – Iceland – Denmark incl. the Faroe Islands on the way to Iceland or on the return
    • 2-berth cabin without window
    • 1 motorcycle (without sidecar) or 1 car <1,9m H & 5m L
    • 7 or 14 nights in Iceland in a double room with ensuite facilities in hotels, farms or guesthouses
    • 3 nights in the Faroes in a double room with ensuite facilities
    • A day to day programme in Iceland
    • Iceland road map
    • Breakfast at the hotels
  • Add-ons
    • Book the meals on board in advance and save money. See restaurants and prices here
    • Mini bar with or without alcohol (only in cabins with window). See prices etc. here

Favourable payment terms: Pay 25% at the time of booking, however a minimum of € 400. The remainder is payable to SML no later than 30 days prior to departure. Take advantage of our attractive payment terms and book the desired cabin type and departure date well in advance.

 

Summer package

  • 1 week

    Approx. 1800-2000 km: This route nearly traces Iceland’s entire circumference, mainly following the Ring Road, which means it includes many of Iceland’s most spectacularsites: make the most of Iceland in the shortest possible time.

Iceland & the Faroe Islands, 1 week
  • Nights 6, 7, 8 or 9
  • Accommodation typeHotels, guesthouses and farms
  • Available Spring to Autumn 27.03.21 - 16.10.21 / 01.01.01 - 01.01.01
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  • Day 1

    After disembarking from Norröna, you drive from Seyðisfjörður to Egilsstaðir, making short stops at the waterfalls along the way. After a look around in Egilsstaðir, you can drive through Skriðdalur valley and over Breiðdalsheidi mountain pass, to Breiddalur valley, where the children at some of the farms sell colourful stones they have found in the mountains. Alternatively, you can drive along the east fjords, and make a stop on the way at the famous Petra Stone Museum. Then you drive further over winding roads, enjoying lovely views. You pass the tiny fishing village of Djúpivogur, from where the road continues to Höfn, a larger community and an important fisheries harbour. You stay overnight either in Djúpivogur or in the Höfn area.

  • Day 2

    First you drive to Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, where large icebergs float around. It's possible to make an optional boat-trip on the lagoon. Then, take some time to visit Skaftafell national park and walk to Svartifoss waterfall, (1½ hrs walk in total) before continuing along the south coast. You cross Skeiðarársandur, an outwash plain of black sand, at the foot of the glacier. Then you have the opportunity to stop at the tiny chapel of Núpsstaður and a bit further at the interesting basalt columns of Dverghamrar. Next you pass Kirkjubæjarklaustur village and then you cross Mýrdalssandur outwash plains until you come to the village of Vík. Close by it's possible (after 25 June and until mid-August) to drive up to Dyrhólaey cliff to see the puffins. Overnight is in this area.

  • Day 3

    Visit Skógar folk museum and Skógafoss waterfall before continuing your tour along the south coast and make a visit to Seljalandsfoss, a lovely waterfall which is very special: you can walk behind it – if you don’t mind getting wet. But today you also visit Iceland's highlights: Gullfoss waterfall, which some people consider to be Iceland’s most beautiful, and the Geysir hot spring area with the famous spouting spring Strokkur as well as a great number of bubbling, steaming and boiling springs.   Then you drive to Þingvellir national park, where the ancient outdoor parliament was founded in 930. This area is also very interesting from a geological point of view, since it’s situated on top of the mid-Atlantic ridge, where two earth crust plates slowly drift apart. Therefore, there are many fissures in the soil at Þingvellir. Overnight in the Selfoss area.

  • Day 4

    In the morning, you drive to Reykjavík, where you can explore the city. If you fancy, it is possible to drive in the afternoon to the Blue Lagoon for a swim in the mineral-rich hot water. By the end of the afternoon, you drive into Borgarfjörður for overnight.

  • Day 5

    Today, it's possible to visit Hraunfossar waterfalls, Reykholt village and Deildartunguhver hot spring. Then you continue to the north, past Grábrók crater (which you can climb to obtain a lovely view over the area) and over Holtavörðuheiði pass, which brings you to Húnavatnssýsla County. This area has quite a bit of agriculture and Skagafjörður County is famous for horse breeding. It’s possible to visit the Glaumbær torf farm museum. Continue over the impressive pass Öxnadalsheiði (550 m) to Akureyri, the most important town of the north (290-390 km). Overnight in or close by Akureyri.

  • Day 6

    Drive via Goðafoss waterfall to lake Mývatn, where you spend the rest of the day. At Skútustaðir, there are pseudo-craters. Dimmuborgir is a beautiful lava labyrinth with very strange lava formations, which provide shelter for the abundant vegetation. A walk is definitely indicated. Another visit is made to the Námaskarð solfataras, with their grey mud pools which are really cooking, the yellowish sulphur precipitations and the unforgettable smell. Also you can climb Mount Hverfjall or visit Grjótagjá – a small gorge which is filled with hot water, or Stóragjá, a similar phenomenon. Overnight in the Mývatn area. (250-300 km)

  • Day 7

    Drive north along Tjörnes peninsula and make your first stop at Húsavík fishing village for a look at the picturesque harbour or, if you like, an optional whale watching trip. Then you continue to the horse-shoe-shaped gorge Ásbyrgi where you can take a short walk through a small but lovely forest. Next, you drive through Jökulsárgljúfur gorge, which is a national park. You can visit Hafragilsfoss waterfall and you shouldn’t miss Dettifoss, Iceland’s most powerful waterfall. After descending on foot along a rocky path to see the waterfall, you continue over Möðrudalsheiði highland plateau to the east. Finally you drive through Jökuldalur valley to Egilsstaðir, the most important town of east Iceland, for overnight. (280-300 km)

  • Day 8

    In the morning you drive the 30 km back to Seyðisfjörður, to catch the ferry.

     

    Note: We reserve the right to reverse the itinerary.

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