Farm holidays have become a more popular option in recent years as visitors seek a more personal experience with the country.
But Icelandic farms offer more than local people, they also offer local flavor! At the farm table you’ll find the fruits of Iceland’s bounty and you’ll hear some of the best stories about life on the island. After a good night’s sleep in a 100-year-old farmhouse, wake up to a delightful breakfast of strong coffee, milk fresh from the cow, the farmhouse pâté, fresh baked bread and the legend of the ghost horse in the barn (told in riveting detail as only an Icelandic farmer can).
A farm holiday is something every visitor really ought to try at least once.