Renting holiday houses in Iceland since 2000
Discover Iceland's nature and stay in a typical Icelandic Holiday House
Ease of entry restrictions as from May 2021
The Icelandic government is planning cautious easing of entry from May 2021. The new regulation considers the infection rate in the respective departure countries. It is based on current data from the ECDC (European Center for Disease Prevention and Control) based on which the countries are divided into risk groups according to a colour code system.
Travelers from countries with a low and medium risk (green and orange) can be exempted from quarantine and second testing if they can present a negative PCR test from the country of departure. Evidence of vaccination and evidence of surviving Covid-19 disease (antibody detection or positive test older than 14 days) are accepted. For other travelers, the obligation to double testing and a five-day quarantine continues to apply.
It should be noted that the regulation, depending on the infection rate, is under regular re-evaluation.
For more information on colour rating and government notice, please visit here.
Workcation in Iceland
Workcation is a travel option that we find very interesting for our guests, especially in Covid times. We believe that our holiday homes may be a perfect option for people that want to combine a holiday and the working from home option. Why indeed should we not experience both at the same time?
Viatis Holiday homes offer comfort, cosiness, the tranquillity of the Icelandic countryside - and obviously a good internet connection. We have handpicked the most suitable houses in terms of location, condition, equipment and comfort.
Please make contact with us; we will make you a good offer for a long term stay in one of our cosy houses. Take a look! We look forward to hearing from you!
Iceland is a beautiful destination for hikers. In every part of the country, there are outstanding hiking possibilities of different difficulty levels. Hiking in Iceland always includes tons of fresh air, breathtaking view and very often stunning wonders of nature.
Check out these listings ideal for hiking in the area.
Travelling with kids?
Iceland may not have many theme parks for children, but it is one of the safest countries in the world and a real adventure for every child.
Come close to seals, puffins, farm life creatures, go horse riding, or visit one of the pet zoos around the country.
Iceland has the most significant number of swimming pools per capita, and even in every village, you will find an outdoor thermal pool. Most of them have a hot tub where you can relax after a long day tour while the children play in the water slides.
Check out these family-friendly favourites.