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Fludir Golf Course

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November 2, 2018
Great food - Closed during winter.
Linda Ósk
Linda Ósk
August 12, 2018
The pizza is very good and the staff is lovely
January 18, 2018
Restaurant in the middle of a golf course
August 25, 2017
At the golf course. Not been here myself, but heard good things.
August 15, 2017
The have great pizza

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“Skálholt is one of the most historic places in Iceland. It was an episcopal see, a school, a seat of learning and administration for more than 700 years and a place of pilgrimage in medieval times. ​Skálholt of our time is more than history. It is a place of culture, spirituality and music run by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Iceland, ELCI, – and open for all. It is the site of a deputy bishop and a local parish pastor . Besides services every Sunday, there are morning and evening prayers on weekdays. In Skálholt there are frequent cultural, educational and artistic events and retreats.”
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Point of Interest
“A beautiful double waterfall in the Thjorsá Valley The falls are named after the surrounding area of Hjalp, which means “help”. Travelers along the harsh Sprengisandur Route found this well-vegetated area to be one of great aid and recovery for their horses after a difficult crossing through the interior highlands. Volcanic ash can be found scattered throughout the entire valley, just one of many prominent signs of the eruptions of Mt. Hekla.”
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“A very good Ethiopian Restaurant with traditional food. You will need to book a table!”
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“A mushroom greenhouse with a mushroom based soup and tapas buffet. Perfect on your way back to the secret lagoon”
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“Háifoss is one of Iceland’s tallest waterfalls and is recognized for both its height and volume. Meaning “high falls”, this waterfall plummets 122 meters into a gaping canyon alongside its sister waterfall, Granni, which means “the neighbor”. Both waterfalls come from branches of the Fossá river and join the Þjórsá, the longest river in Iceland. These waterfalls are especially impressive during the Spring and early Summer months; during this time the snowmelt that feeds the Fossá reaches its greatest volume, and the waterfalls cascade into the canyon with a roaring intensity that echoes off the canyon walls.”
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Flúðir, 845
Téléphone486 6454