Lakesystem Lysa

Lakesystem Lysa

The Lakesystem Lysa is a big fishing area which consists of 1 river, 3 lakes and streams between the lakes. It is primarily trout and char fishing but there are chances of catching salmon. It is family friendly, the surroundings are relaxing and the fishing opportunities many, while fishing you have the majestic Snaefellsnes glacier watching over you.

Lakesystem Lysa is located on the famous Snaefellsnes peninsula where there are endless of things to do and explore. It is a magical place, with amazing nature and rich birdlife.

There are nice opportunities when it comes to accommodation, we will find the best suitable for each group.

Further details


From 20. June to 20. September


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How to get there

There are many major airlines flying to Iceland during the summer months. The local airlines Icelandair and WOW Air fly daily all year long to many major cities in Europe and USA

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Icelandic is spoken in Iceland. English is the seccond language so more or less everyone speaks it.

Time difference

Iceland is GMT+0 time and does not have daylight saving time. It's in the same time zone as the UK during winter.

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Emergeny numbers

The local emergency number is 112 – Police / Ambulance / Firefighters.

If you have any emergency concerning your reservation, please contact +354 855 2680


Layers, layers, layers... The only thing we can be sure of about the weather in Iceland is that you will see all types of weather, and that goes for the whole year around. Iceland is windy and rainy so even if the weather is nice it can cool down with the Northern wind. There is a saying in Iceland, if you do not like the weather... wait a minute.

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Tackle disinfection

Infectious disease agents such as viruses and the parasite, Gyrodactylus salaris, have never been detected in freshwater fish in Iceland.

To prevent the spread of infectious agents from other countries to freshwater fish in Iceland, Icelandic law prohibits the use of fishing equipment that has been used for angling abroad, unless disinfected by approved methods.

Click here for further details about approved methods of tackle disinfection.

Complete general information

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