Eyrarbakki is a great place to celebrate New Year’s Eve. There’s a bonfire at the beach with a sing-along, and the Rescue Squad lights off a few fireworks. At midnight, the town erupts as each house lights off their own fireworks.
Midsummer’s Eve Festival Celebrating the longest night of the year and the magic it brings, Midsummer’s Eve Festival in Eyrarbakki is a lot of fun! The event program lasts all day long, starting with a puppet show and children’s activities, artist open studios and other open houses, and more.
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Eyrarbakki’s renowned Rauða Húsið restaurant is celebrating 10 years of serving up delicious seafood, Icelandic meat dishes, and other delectable fare at its current location.
The Eyrarbakki Millennium Festival is a celebration of Eyrarbakki’s history and heritage. The day starts with a parade through the town ending with meat soup. There’s a craft market and raffle, the rooster and hen beauty pageant, and a pig roast in the square.