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Vogasjóferðir

Vogaseatours is a new small family company owned by Símon og Sigrún, started in 2017. In 2018 we bought the steelboat Særós. Særós is named after our two younger children Sævar and Rós.

The town of Vogar is only 15 minutes from the Keflavik International Airport and just about 40 minutes from the city of Reykjavík.

We offer whale watching, sea angling and sightseeing by sea, and other tours.

Please contact us for any details and questions you might have - info@vogaseatours.com

Our website is vogaseatours.com

Vogasjóferðir

Vogahöfn

GPS Points N63° 59' 1.133" W22° 23' 42.724"
Telephone

+354 8339080

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http://www.njardvikurkirkja.is/

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The Reykjanes Peninsula

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Visitors to Iceland who arrive via Keflavik International Airport on the Reykjanes Peninsula may be somewhat surprised by the landscape that greets their eyes as they touch down in Iceland for the very first time. A seemingly endless, green-grey moss-topped lava field blankets the peninsula for as far as the eye can see, and it is this strange and rather other-worldly sight that is your first glimpse of the land of fire and ice. 

Map Garður Sandgerði Reykjanesbær Vogar Grindavík