Reykjavík is home to an impressive collection of interesting sights and places of historical importance and thus a city that has a lot to offer to its visitors. Book your campervan hire in Reykjavik with Auto Europe for a smooth rental experience.
Travelling with a campervan is a guarantee of staying flexible and independent on your journey through Iceland at your own pace. Our specially trained motorhome experts will be happy to advise you under our hotline +49 89 4120 7298.
Our following list of the best camping sites for your motorhome gives you an overview of available spots for your campervan hire in Reykjavik throughout Iceland. Book in time, especially for high season.
|Reykjavík Campsite||The Reykjavík Campsite is a five-star pitch, perfectly located less than two miles from the city centre and open all year round. The campsite can accommodate up to 900 people in tents, cabins, cars and caravans.|
|Tjalda Mosskogar Camping Site||The campsite Mosskogar is situated in a quiet grove in Mosfellsdalur. It is just a short drive from Mosfellsbær, a district of the capital Reykjavík.|
|Reykjavik Eco Campsite||The campsite Reykjavík Eco Campsite is a five-star pitch, perfectly located two miles from the city centre. The campsite can accommodate up to 650 people in tents, fixed accommodations, cars or caravans. The campsite is located in a green environment in the city, right next to one of the largest and most popular geothermal swimming pools in Iceland.|
|Lava Hostel||If you are looking for a family-friendly camping near Reykjavik, Hafnarfjörður Camping is the right place for you. The campsite is close to all shopping and attractions. Buses stop nearby, and so does the bus to the international airport in Keflavik.|
|Laugardalur Reykjavík Campsite||The campsite in Laugardalur offers a great location next to the swimming pool in Laugardalur. The centre of Reykjavik is about two miles away.|
Below are some examples of available motorhome models in Reykjavik. Our smallest model offers about 14 feet enough storage space including sleeping possibilities for 2 passengers. This model is petrol-driven and up to three years old. A small kitchen unit completes the offer of the Nissan NV200 Camper. The Highland Ranger 4x4 is an all-wheel drive vehicle with seating for five and sleeping facilities for two people. The camper with roof tent is about 18 feet long and has an automatic transmission. The Motor Home 4 is a B-Class model and promises maximum comfort for four people. It is equipped with a kitchen, shower, WC, water tank and sewage tank. Motor Home 5 is one of the largest motorhomes Auto Europe offers in Iceland. A kitchen, shower, WC, water and a sewage tank are contained within just 20 feet . Children's seats can also be installed inside. For more information about this and other vehicles, please visit our booking page, which also provides information on additional equipment available to book.
Sleeps: 2 pax
Sleeps: 2 pax
Motor Home 4
Sleeps: 4 pax
Motor Home 5
Sleeps: 5 pax
Not far from the centre of Hafnarfjörður is the geothermal area of Krýsuvík, where you will discover steamy volcanoes and hot springs, which are fabulously framed by multi-coloured hills. A well-kept promenade winds through the bubbling and hissing geothermal area, with informative signs explaining all important geological facts. The massive Solfatara, steaming on the hill, is a tempting attraction. Head up for a spectacular view of the entire area! Then take your motorhome hire from Reykjavik on a short trip to the coast where you will discover the breathtaking cliffs of Krýsuvíkjjarg: an area known for its rich bird life. Drive your motorhome hire in Reykjavik and admire the stunning countryside of Iceland.
The Höfði House, built in 1909, is considered one of the most beautiful and historically significant buildings in Reykjavík. It held the summit of presidents Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in 1986. This historic event marked the end of the Cold War. During this meeting, pictures of the house were aired all over the world. A Japanese millionaire then built an exact replica of the house in his country. The sculpture in front of the house shows pillars of the chiefs' seat of the first Norwegian settlers in Reykjavík.
The Pearl - this fantastic, dome-shaped glass building, designed by Ingimundur Sveinsson, is supported by six massive hot water tanks - each with a capacity of 4 million litres. The dome contains a viewing platform with a panoramic view of the city and its surroundings.
Enjoy a spa trip with the Elding Ferry Service to the beautiful island of Videy, located in Kollfjördur, just off the coast of Reykjavík. A little paradise in the form of a gold-honed geothermal beach can be found in Nauthólsvík near Reykjavík.