Welcome to iCar.is

Travel around the magnificent landscape of Iceland on your own terms.

Self Drive in Iceland

The Ring Road, the main national road, is very popular with tourists since many great locations are not far from it and connects the larger towns of the country.

Waterfalls in Iceland

The waterfalls in Iceland are countless. Every year new ones form from melting glaciers and every river has a few ones. They can be seen all over the country, many of them from the Ring-road.

iCar is a family owned and operated business with car and camping equipment rental as well as bed and breakfast accommodation.

We are an affordable car rental offering good solid cars at the lowest possible price from Keflavik International Airport. We offer various types of cars ranging from 4×4 SUV´s to small town cars. All of our vehicles come with unlimited mileage and no extra hidden costs. Our rental cars are used solid cars with experience but are very well maintained. Our goal is to make your stay and travels around Iceland as pleasant as possible.

Free Pick Up

If you are flying into Keflavik International Airport we will pick you up from your flight, free of charge.

Did you know that

all of our cars include Unlimited Mileage, GPS Navigation System and Free Child/toddler seats.

Self Drive in Iceland

The Ring Road, the main national road, is very popular with tourists since many great locations are not far from it and connects the larger towns of the country.

Fun Facts About Iceland

In Iceland people are called on a first name basis, since surnames do not exist in the country.
Iceland has well over 150 public swimming pools, and most of those are kept heated thanks to all-natural volcanic heat.
In the summertime day and night merge into one and it simply does not get dark at all. This is due to Iceland geo location on the planet.
Iceland is the most sparsely populated country in Europe, with only 320,00 inhabitants its considered the least populated country.
Icelanders love their swimming pools and hot tubs. They gather in the geothermal hot tubs and talk about the weather, politics and whatever comes to mind.
Roughly 85 percent of Iceland’s energy is from renewable resources, and well over half of that is geothermal alone.