Villas in Iceland

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Villa for 6 people, with hot tub and balcony/terrace as well as pool
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 150m²
5.0
20 reviews
Southern Region
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£305per night
Villa for 6 people, with sauna and garden
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 200m²
5.0
20 reviews
Svalbarðstrandarhreppur, Northeastern Region
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£274per night
Villa for 10 people, with garden and hot tub
10 pers., 4 bedrooms, 170m²
5.0
18 reviews
Southern Region
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£405per night
Villa for 6 people, with pool and garden
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 18m²
4.9
39 reviews
Grýtubakkahreppur, Northeastern Region
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£288per night
Villa for 16 people, with garden and hot tub
16 pers., 5 bedrooms, 3.8km to the beach
5.0
2 reviews
Garðabær
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£863per night
Villa for 8 people, with hot tub and garden as well as pool
8 pers., 3 bedrooms, 180m², 13.7km to the beach
Mosfellsbær
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£329per night
Villa for 7 people, with hot tub and garden
7 pers., 4 bedrooms, 200m²
5.0
1 review
Thingvellir, Southern Region
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£783per night
Villa for 19 people, with garden and sauna as well as hot tub
19 pers., 10 bedrooms, 690m²
5.0
7 reviews
Thingvellir, Southern Region
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£2,000per night
Villa for 4 people, with garden
5.0
38 reviews
Reykjavík
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£427per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden and hot tub
8 pers., 4 bedrooms
5.0
9 reviews
Thingvellir, Southern Region
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£409per night
Villa for 9 people, with garden and sauna as well as pool
9 pers., 4 bedrooms, 240m², 2.9km to the beach
4.8
20 reviews
Kópavogur
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£272per night
Villa for 5 people, with garden and pool
4.9
20 reviews
Southern Region
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£241per night
Villa for 17 people, with garden
17 pers., 7 bedrooms, 328m², 12.1km to the beach
4.9
13 reviews
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£601per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden and pool
8 pers., 4 bedrooms, 280m²
4.8
20 reviews
Eyjafjarðarsveit, Northeastern Region
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£213per night
Villa for 6 people
6 pers., 3 bedrooms
3.4
3 reviews
Eyja- og Miklaholtshreppur, Western Region
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£387per night
Villa for 7 people, with balcony/terrace
7 pers., 3 bedrooms, 120m²
4.9
15 reviews
Thingvellir, Southern Region
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£267per night
Villa for 14 people
14 pers., 6 bedrooms, 240m², 3.3km to the beach
4.8
17 reviews
Reykjavík
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£656per night
Villa for 6 people
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 130m²
5.0
20 reviews
Thingvellir, Southern Region
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£333per night
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Most popular amenities for Villas in Iceland

Internet 1,029
Balcony/Terrace 703
TV 1,053
Garden 526
Parking 1,038
Washing machine 652
Hot Tub 327
Heating 946
Elevator 114

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Villas in Iceland

Iceland, where magic still remains

Booking a villa in Iceland seems like a fairytale come true. Although most inhabitants live in the capital, Reykjavik, you can find villas and properties in secluded or isolated locations like Hunavatnshreppur or Eyjafjardarsveit. Around the island, you can also find entire villas in areas like Selfoss, Vik, Skafatell, Höfn, Húsavik, Stykkisholmur, Borgarnes, Keflavik and Akureyri.

Traditional architecture in a fairytale land

Deep inland and in some resorts along the coast of Iceland, most villas are designed with the traditional architecture of the country and finished with wood and natural elements. The villas are surrounded by impressive nature and breathtaking landscapes that will make you feel part of a fairytale. Cosy, warm and welcoming rooms with spectacular views of the rugged mountains, green valleys, crystal clear lakes and rivers. Enjoy an unforgettable time in the land of the elves.

Travellers and activities

Iceland for nature lovers

Iceland is a country of approximately 336,500 inhabitants, whose population is mainly concentrated on the coast. Deep inland, the island is formed by a large plateau full of deserts, mountains, glaciers and glacial rivers. From February to April the island attracts you with snow and appealing scenic tours across cinematic scenarios and landscapes with a geyser, impressive icy waterfalls, incredible glaciers on which you can walk, beautiful black beaches and steaming thermal springs. This is the stunning nature of Iceland. From June to August, the mild weather draws in thousands of nature enthusiasts eager to discover the island and its natural gems. What are you waiting for? Come and see it for yourself.

Iceland for spa lovers

After long days exploring and discovering natural treasures the best way to finish them is having a relaxing time to pamper yourself. The island is a natural geothermal spa! Along the way you can find several hot springs to take a dip but the most popular one is the Blue Lagoon (Blaá Lonio), the deep blue lava lake very appreciated by islanders since the Middle Ages. Take a steam bath, have a relaxing massage or a sauna. The snow-capped mountains are an impressive backdrop during winter months as you enjoy your bath in the lagoon.

Did you know Iceland is one of the only two places in the world where you can see two of the earth’s tectonic plates meeting above the earth’s surface? The Eurasian and American plates protrude above the ground in Thingvellir and they move apart slowly every year.

Top 7 travel tips in Iceland

1. Visit the capital of the elves

According to official surveys, most people in Iceland believe in elves. They even have an ivory commissioner. Not far from Reykjavik, the city of Hafnarfjördur is nestled in the middle of lava hills and inhabited by 26,000 people. This town is believed to be the biggest colony of magical creatures where you can experience what it is like to follow them with the city map by Erla Stefánsdóttir.

2. Spot the whales

If you enjoy watching animals in their own habitat, from the cities of Reykjavík, Akureyri and Húsavík you can take a boat tour to spot the whales while you are in the middle of the North Atlantic. A really fascinating experience like no other. Admire these incredible animals and prepare your camera.

3. Go on a light hunt!

If you decide to stay in Iceland in winter, do not forget to look up at the sky during the dark nights when the sky is clear. You will feel like you are part of one of the greatest shows you will ever see, the Northern Lights. This phenomenon has had a fascinating effect on people for thousands of years and anyone who has seen them with their own eyes can confirm it. The ghostly rolling green, red and blue lights can be seen from August to April. The best spots to catch them are the ones facing north. Some of the best spots on the island are Skógafoss, Hvolsvöllur, DC Plane Wreck, Jökulsárlón, Stokksnes, Kirkjufell and Hvítserkur.

4. Visit Reykjavik, the capital

Reykjavik is the capital of this volcanic island. This colourful city holds myths and stories about its past, quirky buildings, creative people, wild nightlife and great design. Explore it and marvel at the cleanest, greenest and safest city in the world. This dynamic city has plenty of small cafés, bistros, boutiques, bars and restaurants. Reykjavik will offer you city buzz and fantastic sea views.

5. Admire the Golden Waterfall

One of the most impressive and best-known waterfalls in Iceland is Gullfoss Waterfall. This waterfall is one of the three main landmarks of the Golden Circle. The water comes from the river Hvitá and plunges into a deep gorge underneath. Spend some time to admire this stunning wonder of nature and if you dare, take the path close to the thundering waters and get mesmerising views.

6. Go to Lake Mývatn

In northern Iceland you will find Lake Mývatn, one of the most beautiful places in the country. The crystal clear water and the stunning scenery surrounding it is a true gem. In addition to taking a pleasant walk through the roses of Dimmuborgir, you can take a dip in their natural baths.

7. Contemplate the Dettifoss Waterfall

The most spectacular waterfall in Iceland is that of Dettifoss. This is even one of the favourite locations by directors who choose to shoot many film productions here. For example, the final scene of Prometheus. But in addition, the surroundings are also really incredible so it is always worth it a trip to this unique location.

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