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How to get to Raufarhöfn in Ísland by Bus?

Directions to Raufarhöfn (Ísland) with public transportation

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  • Which Bus lines stop near Raufarhöfn?

    These Bus lines stop near Raufarhöfn: 56, 79.

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Raufarhöfn Raufarhöfn is a village located on the northeastern tip of the Melrakkaslétta peninsula in Iceland. At one point in time, this small village was home to largest export harbor in Iceland. In the forties and fifties, the Herring frenzy dominated the Icelandic economy and Raufarhöfn was an important place in that economic chain. But after the herring disappeared the effect was devastating for the village. This is the reason for the old and interesting factory buildings. It is a town worth visiting as you drive through the Melrakkaslétta. The village has a fine camping ground and a variety of accommodation. The village is the site of a modern monument called the "Arctic Henge" which is aligned to the heavens and is inspired by the mythical world of the Eddic poem Völuspá (Prophecy of the Seeress). As of January 2011, it has 194 inhabitants. It was a major fish processing station during the large herring catches in the mid 20th century.
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