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Seatours

Seatours

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Published May 20, 2009

Seatours is a long-established tourist company located in the picturesque coastal town of Stykkishólmur. Founded in 1986, the company began by offering sea tours of Breiðafjörður Bay. Since then the company has rapidly expanded and today is the largest of its kind on the west coast and one of Iceland’s main operators in the sphere of recreational tourism. Seatours’ staff are highly knowledgable as to recreational and other tourist-related activities in the area. Using this expertise, we can help plan your stay when in Stykkishólmur and the surrounding locality. No matter what your interests or expectations, we are confident of being able to make it a holiday to remember.

  • Address: Smiðjustígur 3, 340 Stykkishólmur
  • Phone: (+354) 433 2254
  • Website: click here
  • Show on map: click here

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