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Already a camper or motorhome expert? Well here comes the second step. Campsites are the ideal places to stay while in Iceland. And not only are they convenient, they are also, sometimes, mandatory. Camping anywhere in Iceland is no longer allowed. You really need to be careful about the land you are occupying. In many areas express consent is required. Checking the new legislation is recommended. So why making your life way more complicated? In this post you will be able to find camping sites lists, opening times, tips and many more information.

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These articles do not only suit camper or motorhome drivers, also for tent ones, and we have many tips for you! So whatever your camping method is, join us along this journey! We will constantly update with as much information as possible so you have a nice and smooth trip. We officially welcome you to our campsites article section, off we go!

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