Summer, Travel and Adventure Icons

And a discount for Iconfinder Pro

We have noticed an increased amount of icon submissions in the last couple of months. After manually reviewing every single set uploaded, we present you with icons that meet our quality and aesthetic standards. And we have plenty of them!

With summer knocking on the door, we received lots of vacation and travel related icons. Scroll down to see some of our favorites, and visit our Summer Collection for more.

If you like a bunch of these sets, consider subscribing to Iconfinder Pro plans. We’ll give you 50% off your first month with a discount code SANDCASTLE. Offer valid until June 30th.

Beach by panthit duangneth
Travel Doodle Outline by BomSymbols
Beach People Scenes by Roundicons
Airport People Scenes by Roundicons
Adventure by Royyan Wijaya
Travel Line Color — This is vacation time by Chanut is Industries
Summer and Sea by Abderraouf omara
Camping & Hiking by Maxim Kulikov
Summer Solid — Sunbathing by Chanut is Industries
Summer by dDara
Travel and Destination by Dutchicon
Scuba Diving — Glyph by Nadiinko
Travel by Lupislegi
Nautical by Andrei Skaryna
Landmark Color by Evoria Studio
Grill & Barbecue by Alpar-Etele Meder

P.S. Some of these sets have versions in other styles — make sure to check icon designers’ pages.

Now it’s a great time to subscribe to Iconfinder Pro plans. We’ll give you 50% off your first month with a discount code SANDCASTLE. Offer valid until June 30th.

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