Nauthólsvík - ylströnd stofnun
Fólki er bent á að ekki eru allar laugar opnar almenningi.
Fara skal með gát þegar böð eru notuð og alltaf kynna sér hitastig áður en farið er út í.
Ylströnd í Nauthólsvík
On the Green Map:
Park / Recreational Area
Green space that offers a place to relax and play. Includes sports fields or children's play equip- ment, along with vegetation, ponds, creeks or other water features.
Sport Site / Play With Nature
Special natural sites offering playing in nature or adventurous challenges in sport. Bungy jumping, cave sightseeing, ice-climbing etc. can be included here.
The Blue Flag works towards sustainable development at beaches/marinas through strict criteria dealing with water quality, environmental education and information, environmental management, safety and other services.
Waterfront & Beach
Beaches and coastlines where it is possible to roam and enjoy variable flora and fauna. White and reddish sand beaches made mostly from shell fragments, are found on the western coast of the Westfjords peninsula and in Snæfellsnes. Other coastlines in Iceland are made from black basaltic sands.
Certifications. Labels and Awards:
The Blue Flag
The Blue Flag works towards sustainable development at beaches/marinas through strict criteria dealing with water quality, environmental education and information, environmental management and safety and other services. The Icelandic Environment Association (Landvernd) manages the program in Iceland as part of the International Blue Flag Program that is owned and run by the independent non-profit organization, Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE).