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Hellisgerði

36 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Jenný
Jenný
January 24, 2019
Beautiful park in Hafnarfjordur where the hidden people live
Anna
Anna
September 29, 2018
This is such a beautiful, small park, popular for weddings and you will see why. It is surrounded by lava, thought to be the home of Elves and Hidden people.
Vally
Vally
August 14, 2018
The Elf garden, a beautiful park with a tiny Elf café. Here many Elfs and hidden people are supposedly living in the lava, like many other places in the town in the lava.
Bjarki
Bjarki
July 21, 2018
Tucked away on a quiet street in Hafnarfjörður is the enchanting Hellisgerði Park. A pathway twists beside the lovely pond and through the lava rocks that buckle and fold into tiny caves and mysterious nooks. Draped in emerald and olive-coloured moss or covered in a wash of white snow, the rocks and…
Eðvarð
Eðvarð
June 28, 2018
They say that elves live here

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Location
3 Hellisgata
Hafnarfjordur
Phone+354 694 3153