Ancient manor farm and church now abandoned along with other nearby farms.

Much geothermal heat, with drill-holes for possible exploitation.

The church is still standing and consecrated anew 1964, in the care of the National Museum since then.

A special school for young people, a treatment community for the upbringing and education of drug addicts.

The land belongs to Hafnarfjörður.

To the south, on the coast, are the Krýsuvíkurberg bird cliffs.