Abandoned fish factory in the cold winter of Icelandic north shores. But with a hot thermal bath! What's better than lying in the pool and trying to spot whales on the sea? For 4€...
Strangely enough, not many people know about this. Even if you knew about it, you'd be hard pressed to find any information about it on the Internet. We only heard about it from a friend we met at the ski slopes on the previous day... what a wonderful find though. Much better than the famous but quite commercial other Icelandic treats. This is the real thing.
See also the story about the factory itself.
The road between Reykjavik and the north:
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