Welcome to the Tjaldstæðið Kirkjubær II, cottages and camping.We take pride in offering one of the best equipped camping facilities in Iceland. In addition to camping, we also offer sleeping bag accommodation in seven, warm and nice cottages

Book the Cottage online: Tjaldstæðið Kirkjubæ II

Our campsite is open  

Please arrive before 22:00 PM 

Tjaldstæðið er opið og smáhýsin má bóka online, sjá link hér ofar. 

          Vinsamlegast mætið fyrir klukkan 22:00

Tel.  0354 894 4495

                We are situated in the small village of Kirkjubæjarklaustur, by road 1, 260 km east of Reykjavík. 

Go into the village and take the second turn to the right just beside the Liqueur Store and Systrakaffi  

Kirkjubær II is a prime location to serve as your basis for day tours to some of Iceland most remarkable natural attractions, such as Fjaðrárgljúfur (6 km)  Skaftafell National Park  (70 km) and The amazing Jökulsárlón (120 km) or up to the National Park: Laki, Eldgjá, Langisjór, Fjallabaksleið nyrðri. 

In Kirkjubæjarklaustur you find the Church Floor 300 meters east of the Camp Site. You can also walk to Stjórnarfoss (1km). If you like 5 km hiking go to Systrafoss, go up there and down near the Church Floor, this is the famous Love Path.  

In the summer you can go day tours by bus or super jeep to Laki craters, Eldgjá volcanic fissure and the beautiful lake Langisjór. See more information on Vatnajokull National Park

Our place: GPS: N 63   47,507       W 018   02,887

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                    See inside the Cottages and the Service House 

Three Walking Paths from the Tjaldstæðið Kirkjubær II

The turkish line: Love path, from Tjaldsvæði Kirkjubær II to the waterfall, Systrafoss, in the wood and up to the lake, Systravatn. Follow the path on the Hill to east, go to see Stjórnarfoss and Kirkjugólf on the way to Kirkjubær II.  (5 km)

The yellow line: Easy path, near Skaftá to  Systrastapi. (5 km) 

The dark blue line: Short walk from Tjaldsvæði Kirkjubæ II to Stjórnarfoss and Kirkjugólf. (2 km)