Nordic Natural Product Conference
June 9 – 12, 2019
Prof. Dr. Deniz Tasdemir
Professor Paul Cos
Registration & Accommodation
Registration is now open
To secure your spot on NNPC 2019 as well as your accommodation, we recommend that you submit your registration with hotel booking as early as possible.
Rooms have been reserved for the conference at following hotel and guesthouse at Flúðir:
Hótel Flúðir: www.icelandairhotels.com/en/hotels/fludir
Single room: ISK 26.900
Double room: ISK 30.600
Guesthouse Flúðir: www.gistingfludir.is
Single room: ISK 21.000
Double room: ISK 24.000
Price is per room per night including breakfast.
Booking for accommodation is made directly via the registration form alongside the conference registration.
Authors are invited to submit abstracts to the conference. Abstracts should be submitted through the abstract submission form. All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by referees.
Flúðir and surroundings
Flúðir is a rapidly growing community in the centre of Hrunamannahreppur district, about 25 minutes off the main Ring Road.
The area is considered to be very fertile and beautiful. Litla-Laxá, a clear spring river runs through the village in an attractive basin. Miðfell, a small mountain, towers over Flúðir, and gives the surrounding area a distinctive look. Good walking and riding paths lie to the top of Miðfell. Up there you will find an impressive lake and from the top there is a great view over the area.
The main sources of employment in Flúðir are services, industry and horticulture. Geothermal heat is utilised for greenhouses, and here is the biggest mushroom factory in Iceland. The surrounding area is a popular location for summerhouses. Flúðir has excellent services available for visitors. Among those are a grocery store, a restaurant, a swimming pool, a camping ground, an information centre, a golf course, a horse rental, a bank, a post office and a small airfield. Close to Flúðir you will find Gullfoss, Geysir and Thingvellir.
Read more about Flúðir and its surroundings at the Visit South Iceland website.