PREPARE YOUR OWN FAMILY MEAL ON THE FARM
CAPTURE THE FLAVOR OF THE COUNTRY WITH AN INSPIRING COOKING WORKSHOP
CREATE YOUR OWN DELICIOUS MEAL FROM PURE FREE-RANGED LAMB MEAT
At Bjarteyjarsandur Farm people live and work in a way that promotes an ecological and sustainable way of life. Here you get to know the culinary history of Iceland, learn about its culture and, most importantly, cook your own Icelandic meal together with the house chef. The tour takes us through the picturesque area of Hvalfjörður bay, where we enjoy the scenic landscape and peaceful farming region. Once arrived at the traditional sheep farm, we enjoy the hospitality of the family and participate in food sampling and meal preparation.
A visit to Bjarteyjarsandur sheep farm is an ideal way to experience the Icelandic country life first hand. The same family has lived on the farm since 1887 and the current generation is an outstanding example how a long-term family tradition can go hand-in-hand with innovation and creativity. The farm is well known for its award winning food produces on sale in the Farm Shop and Farm Restaurant.
Depending on weather and season we go and pick wild herbs and berries to spice up the main course, or have a relaxing walk to the beach, which is a nature reserve for birds, such as the Eider duck. On the way we may meet sheep, horses, chickens, goats, rabbits, dogs and cats, all roaming freely around the fields.
Duration: 6 hours
Group size: 2 - 7 persons
For larger groups, please contact us.
Departure: 11.30 in March and April
13.30 from 1st of June 2020.
No departures in May.
Meeting point for the tour is at the pick up/drop off spot to the right hand side of Hallgrímskirkja. You will find a blue pole with a pink sign marked #8, Hallgrímskirkja. Please be there 10 minutes before tour departure.
Optional pickup service from your hotel in the Reykjavik area.
What to wear: Please dress according to weather.
Included: Guided tour, farm visit, full meal prepared and cooked by the participants, home brewed wine and Icelandic beer.
The food: As meat, fish and dairy products are an important part of the Icelandic diet, these food types are prominent in the food offered on Crisscross tours. However, vegetarian options are possible upon request. Participants are responsible for taking care of any allergies or food intolerance they may have. Please send e-mail with your specifications at least 24 h in advance and we will do our best to meet your needs.
Based on daily exchange rate
the price for the tour (excluding pickup) is approximately