Stykkisholmur Ferry

Stykkisholmur ferry port in Iceland is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Brjanslaekur & Flatey available. With a selection of up to 28 Sailings Weekly, the port of Stykkisholmur connects Iceland with Flatey Island.

Sailing durations range from 1 hour 30 minutes on the Flatey service to 2 hours 30 minutes on the Brjanslaekur service.

Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Stykkisholmur fare search.

Stykkisholmur

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Stykkisholmur Ferry Services

  • Seatours
    • 14 Sailings Weekly 2 hr 30 min
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  • Seatours
    • 14 Sailings Weekly 1 hr 30 min
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Stykkisholmur Guide

How do you get around Stykkisholmur?

The town can easily be covered by foot due to its compact layout.

What is there to do in Stykkisholmur?

Iceland’s most charming town has elevated into prominence recently, and it’s easy to see why; picturesque bays decorate the harbour and colourful buildings grace the inland. The bonus feature that accompanies the glorious aesthetics is the relaxed, carefree ambience that embodies the town – welcoming staff and friendly locals thrive on the influx of tourists - creating a peaceful environment. Verdant mountainside affording breathtaking vistas of the stunning surroundings are oftentimes too spectacular to depart from, tempting many ardent hikers into spending the entirety of their trip on the challenging walking trails.

The beautiful landscape can overpower the allure of the attractions gracing the town, though to miss out on the architecture that dominates the centre would be unforgivable; Stykkisholmskirkja Church is the highlight of the landmarks, evincing the incredible structural designs. After a day of sightseeing, cool yourself down by swimming in the hugely popular outside pool, which is especially enjoyable at the midst of summer.

Stykkisholmur is a town situated on the west coast of Iceland, resting in the Snæfellsnes peninsula. The port is used solely for domestic ferry routes, with crossings to Brjanslaekur and Flatey on the southwest coast of Iceland, lasting between one and three hours.