Fähreto Iceland

Map and flag of Iceland

Travel by ferry to Iceland! Travelling to Iceland couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Iceland holiday rested and without stress.

There is a ferry connection from Hirtshals in Denmark to Seydisfjördur in Iceland. Please book in time! If desired, a stop on the beautiful Faroe Islands can be included.

Search & Book Ferries to Iceland

Use our ferry search to find your ferry to Iceland. We compare the offers of different shipping companies on each route. So you always get the cheapest offer for your Icelandferry. Check availability and timetables now.


All ferries to Iceland

Here you find all current ferry connections to Iceland.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Hirtshals – Seydisfjördur Ferry from Denmark to Iceland 1 time a week
65 hours
Smyril Line

All ferries from Iceland

Here you find all current ferry connections from Iceland.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Seydisfjördur – Hirtshals Ferry from Iceland to Denmark 1 time a week
65 hours
Smyril Line

All ferries within Iceland

Here you can find all current ferry connections within Iceland.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Fähre Brjanslaekur – Flatey Inland ferry Island 14 mal wöchentlich
1 Stunde(n)
Seatours
Ferry Stykkisholmur – Brjanslaekur Inland ferry Iceland 14 times a week
2 hour(s) 30 minutes
Seatours
Ferry Stykkisholmur – Flatey Inland ferry Iceland 14 times a week
1 hour(s) 30 minutes
Seatours
Fähre Brjanslaekur – Stykkisholmur Inland ferry Island 14 mal wöchentlich
2 Stunde(n) 30 Minuten
Seatours
Fähre Flatey – Brjanslaekur Inland ferry Flatey Island, Island 14 mal wöchentlich
1 Stunde(n)
Seatours
Fähre Flatey – Stykkisholmur Inland ferry Flatey Island, Island 14 mal wöchentlich
1 Stunde(n) 30 Minuten
Seatours

Ferry ports in Iceland

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Iceland here.

Ports
Seydisfjördur
Stykkisholmur
Flatey
Brjanslaekur

Travel guide Iceland

Holiday in Iceland

The island of fire and ice captivates nature lovers, adventurers and explorers. Iceland offers a nature of such unique beauty that visitors can only marvel in awe at this grandiose natural scenery.


TOP excursion destinations in Iceland

Iceland’s capital Reykjavik is the northernmost city in the world with a population of just under 130,000. Once settled by Vikings, it now presents itself to its visitors as an up-and-coming city with a beautiful downtown and a lively arts and music scene.

The Hallgrimskirche with its 73 meter high tower towers above all other buildings in Reykjavik. Their appearance is truly imposing. The lift takes you up to the tower, from where you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the entire city.

Bláa Lónið is a man-made hot water lake where you can enjoy a relaxing swim at 37 to 42 degrees Celsius. Diatoms are responsible for the milky blue colour of the salt water. They gave the Blue Lagoon its name.

Among the spectacular natural spectacles are Iceland’s waterfalls. Thus the water masses of the Gullfoss fall over two steps altogether 30 meters thundering into the depth. While the water of Skógafoss falls 60 metres, visitors can walk up the 66-metre-high Seljalandsfoss from behind.

Iceland is also known for its geysers. Absolutely worth seeing is the Strokkur (in German: Butterfass), which shoots every six to ten minutes a hot water fountain of up to 35 meters into the air.

The Vatnajökull glacier (water glacier) is the most powerful in Europe. Offered glacier hikes lead through adventurous landscapes over ice and include a visit to the ice caves and the glacier lagoons.

Besides glaciers, Iceland also offers fascinating volcanoes. In 2010, Eyjafjallajökull became famous worldwide due to a spectacular eruption. Among the most dangerous volcanoes in Iceland are the active Hekla and the dormant Katla.

In Þingvellir National Park visitors can admire the rift between the American and European continental plates. They drift apart two centimeters per year, leaving a clearly visible moat.


Entry requirements

When entering Iceland, German citizens must be in possession of a travel document valid for the entire duration of their stay. These include passport, identity card and children’s passport. You do not need a visa for your trip to Iceland.


Alternative travel options

Keflavik International Airport can be easily reached from most major airports in Germany. It is located about 50 kilometers outside of Reykjavik.


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