In 1967, a 6 hole golf
course was constructed in the home fields of farm Bakki, and in 1970 it was
enlarged. This great effort was in vain and the golf course had to be
moved to the fields of farm Skeggjabrekka after 1973, when the Bakki farm
was claimed for farming. The landscapes of the new golf course make it
much more interesting and challenging than the old one.
is a town on a synonymous bay, a
branch of Eyjafjordur,
Iceland’s longest bay. It has a good natural harbour and the economy is
based on fishing and the fish industry.