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Previous Next Basic Information Djúpavík is a small village in the Northern Westfjords of Iceland.  The least populous municipality in Iceland with only 53 residents....
Basic Information GPS: 65.84528, -22.61212 Temperature around 40°C Size; 2 x 6 meters, dept 80 cm Sea view from the pool.  Small changing rooms.  Free of...
Drangsnes Hot Pots
Basic Information GPS: 65.6882, -21.44825 Fee of charge. Changing facilities available.  Located in Drangsnes village in the Westfjords.  Planning to visit Iceland is probably the best...
Basic Information Hólmavík is located in the Westfjords of Iceland.  Population around 375. Hólmavík is known for witchcraft and witch-hunts.   Crowning the Westfjords of Iceland,...
Krosslaug hot spring
Basic Information GPS: 65.51961, -23.40533 Hidden Gem – not many travelers know about this hot spring.  Can be hard to find – follow the GPS...
Basic Information Traveling to Iceland is not just only about hiking in the mountains, wading through the muddy and slippery land to reach right in...
Pollurinn Hot Pool
Basic Information Located in the Westfjords  GPS: 65.64908, -23.89486 Temperature: around 40-45 °C Parking lot Easy access Dressing rooms Shower available Free of charge Serene coastal...
Garðar BA
Previous Next Basic Information Located in the Westfjords. The Oldest Steel Ship in Iceland.  Parking area available.  Iceland is one of the most beautiful places...
Basic Information Located in the Westfjords. Less known location.  Iceland’s Golden Beach Iceland is a place with a mysterious yet calming nature that never fails...
Previous Next Basic Information One country on earth that can boast of nature’s unending blessings is Iceland. Forest reserves and sanctuaries established in Iceland not...
A historical marvel, Ísafjörður, is the largest town in the Westfjords peninsula in Iceland.
Previous Next Basic Information Iceland is an incredible place that has made way to every traveler’s bucket list. There are numerous places to visit when...
Previous Next Basic Information Nested by Arnarfjörður fjord, the Bíldudalur village was the center of operation for Iceland’s prominent entrepreneur in the 18th century. It...
Basic Information Accessible between mid May – August. Heated with natural hot springs. Great spot for whale watching. Bumpy gravel road.  GPS: 66.05625, -21.50852 Remotely located...
Previous Next Basic Information A charming village in the Westfjords of Iceland, Patreksfjörður is populated with approximately 650 inhabitants. The meaning of the name Patreksfjörður...
Basic Information With a small population of 300 inhabitants, the village of Tálknafjörður is situated between Patreksfjörður and Bíldudalur in the Westfjords of Iceland. Despite...
One of Europe’s largest bird cliffs, Látrabjarg is situated at the westernmost point of Europe. The favorite place for nature lovers and bird lovers, Látrabjarg...
Previous Next Local tip: Walk all the way to the ocean for the best views of the beach and surrounding area. Steep gravel roads lead...
For a travel enthusiast who loves secluded places more than the crowded beaches and the crowded towns, the Reykjafjarðarlaug hot spring is a perfect place...
Dynjandi waterfall is known as the most beautiful attraction of Westfjords. Dynjandi is the biggest waterfall in the region. Also known as Fjallfoss, it is the first in a series of 7 waterfalls with a cumulative height of 100 m, being 30 m wide at the top and 60 m wide at the base. While each of the waterfall beneath the main one on top is spectacular on its own, the cumulative effect of the seven falls is impressive and immersive. The sheer volume of water and its sound and power is surreal.

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