There are nine Special Maps of national parks and popular tourist sites. Included on the maps are roads, place-names, and principal walking trails. Legends are in English and Icelandic.

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The Golden Circle

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Quality map of the most popular tourist route in South Iceland, Gullfoss – Geysir – Þingvellir, with pictures and information of the highlights of the tour like the Blue lagoon. The map contains the latest information about Iceland’s road system, including road distances and road numbers, as well as important travel-service information.

  • Scale: 1:200 000

  • Published: 2017

  • Size: 35 x 94 cm / Weight: 50 g.

  • Languages: Icelandic, English, German and French

  • Legend for the map

 

Akureyri – Mývatn – Húsavík – Ásbyrgi

 14.00

This high quality map shows one of the the most popular tourist area in Iceland. The map includes photographs and information about the most visited places in the area. The map uses latest geographical data to produce an excellent up-to-date source of information on regional tourist attractions, roads, and services.

  • Scale: 1:200 000

  • Published: 2015

  • Size: 42 x 94,5 cm / Weight: 60 g.

  • Languages: Icelandic, English, German and French

  • Legend for the map

 

Snæfellsnes – Borgarfjörður

 14.00

This high quality map shows one of the most popular tourist area in Iceland. The map includes photographs and information about the most visited places in the area. The map uses latest geographical data to produce an excellent up-to-date source of information on regional tourist attractions, roads, and services.

  • Scale: 1:200 000

  • Published: 2015

  • Size: 41 x 100 cm / Weight: 64 g.

  • Languages: Icelandic, English, German and French

  • Legend for the map

 

Þórsmörk – Landmannalaugar

 14.00

This very popular map has been published regularly for over two decades. Among its features are walking trails from Landmannalaugar to Þórsmörk. The map reaches south to the glaciers and includes the walking trail over Fimmvörðuháls.

  • Scale: 1:100 000

  • Published: 2017

  • Size: 84,5 x 62 cm / Weight: 75 g.

  • Languages: Icelandic, English, German and French

  • Legend for the map

 

 

Skaftafell – Öræfajökull

 14.00

High-quality shaded-relief map of a popular region in Iceland, including the waterfall Svartifoss, Ingólfshöfði cape , and Hvannadalshjúkur, Iceland´s highest peak. Provides up-to-date road information and contains vast numer of place-names.

  • Scale: 1:100 000

  • Published: 2016

  • Size: 66 x 78 cm / Weight: 72 g.

  • Languages: Icelandic, English, German and French

  • Legend for the map

 

Hornstrandir

 14.00

The Hornstrandir map is a popular activity map that has been used for many years by hikers in Hornstrandir, a uniquely interesting region in the West Fjords.

  • Scale: 1:100 000

  • Published: 2003

  • Size: 62 x 83,5 cm / Weight: 73 g.

  • Languages: Icelandic, English, German and French

  • Legend for the map

Húsavik – Mývatn

 14.00

This well-known and popular map shows areas such as Húsavík, the national park at Jökulsárgljúfur, Aðaldal and the area around Lake Mývatn.

  • Scale: 1:100 000

  • Published: 2016

  • Size: 66 x 78 cm / Weight: 74 g.

  • Languages: Icelandic, English, German and French

  • Legend for the map

 

Map of the glaciers of Iceland

 18.00

New update published 2017

Overview map of Iceland´s glaciers, including named and unnamed ice masses. The map shows changes in glacier extent since the Little Ice Age maximum, around 1890, to the beginning of the twenty-first century. Also shown is the extent of glaciers around the middle of the twentieth century. The main subglacial volcanoes are illustrated on the map. Note that surge-type glaciers are denoted in a separate colour. Information with map in Icelandic, English, French and German.

  • Scale: 1:500 000

  • Published: 2017

  • Publisher: The Icelandic Meteorological Office

  • Size: 84 x 119 cm / Weight: 122 g.

  • Languages: Icelandic, English, German and French