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Previous Next Basic Information Stöðvarfjörður is a small village in East Iceland.  Less than 200 inhabitants.  Highly-popular places which are part of the mainstream, always...
Previous Next Basic Information Taking visitors to a different world altogether, Hrísey Island, rightly nicknamed ‘The Pearl of Eyjafjörður’, is sure to put you under...
Djúpavík is a beautiful village in the Westfjords of Iceland. This village is not visited by many and is often called the secret village.
Previous Next Basic Information Once a busy fishing center, the small village of Hellissandur is located on the furthest north-western point of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula...
Basic Information Perfect stop between the Westfjords and North Iceland.  The seal capital of Iceland.  Less than 1000 inhabitants.  Located in northwest Iceland, between the...
Basic Information Located in South East Iceland.  Population of 2200 people. The Lobster Capital of Iceland – known for its lobster.  Camping site, hotels, restaurants...
Basic Information Located on the fjord Norðfjörður in East Iceland, Neskaupstaður is a town which comes under the municipality of Fjarðabyggð. Surrounded by soaring mountains,...
Previous Next Basic Information One of the easternmost settlements of Iceland,  Reyðarfjörður village is a quiet fishing village that is situated at the base of...
Basic Information One of the most beautiful villages in East Iceland.  This town has around 1060 inhabitants.  Many Beautiful Hiking Trails The village of Eskifjörður...
Previous Next Basic Information Vopnafjörður is a place where tranquility and nature embrace each other. Located in the Northeast of Iceland, the village is based...
Previous Next Basic Information Fáskrúðsfjörður village may leave you surprised with all the street signs that are written in French. Located in the middle of...
Borgarfjörður Eystri is considered by many locals to be the most beautiful village in Iceland. Visit this tiny village in East Iceland to see why.
Basic Information Keflavík, a small beautiful town is located in southwest Iceland positioned along the Reykjanes Peninsula. Keflavík (meaning ‘Driftwood Bay’) is a home to...
Basic Information Grindavík, a small town surrounded by mossy lava fields and natural wonders, is one of Iceland’s important fishing industry townships. It is home...
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,...
The vibrancy of colors truly comes alive at Flatey Island. There are many exquisite islands in Iceland and Flatey is one of them. Ideally maintained, beautiful, old houses stand in lines behind the paths on the island.
Basic Information Located up north in the Arctic Circle. Population of around 100 people.  Grímsey is a beautiful island situated off the north coast of...
Basic Information Floral richness is what we know Iceland for. Vast green grounds, ancient monuments, and magnificent waterfalls surround Iceland from all sides. Icelandic sceneries...
Húsavík village is one of the most beautiful locations in north Iceland. Known for GeoSea natural baths, whale watching and Eurovision movie.
Start your journey with the main capital and the largest city of Iceland – Reykjavik, which is a home to the two-third of the overall population. So, let’s just explore a bit more about this place.
Westman Islands or Vestmannaeyjar is one such island which contributes to the beauty of Iceland, making the country rich in terms of beauty.
Ísafjörður town is the The Capital of the Westfjords. It is a A historical marvel, and the largest town in the Westfjords of Iceland.
Basic Information Icelandic landscapes are popular among the tourists and explorers of the world. The land of canyons and fjords has many places worth watching....
Basic Information Iceland is nothing short of the heavenly descriptions that are written in holy scriptures. Iceland is brimming with the natural wealth of flora...
Flateyri fishing village is located in the Westfjords of Iceland. Explore the unexplored when visiting Flateyri.
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...
Previous Next Basic Information Small village Ólafsfjörður is situated at the mouth of the fjord Eyjafjörður in northeast Iceland. Ólafsfjörður is one of three small...
Dalvík is a vibrant village in North Iceland. The village is located between Siglufjörður and Akureyri and is known for whale watching.
Previous Next Basic Information Iceland is a place that is known for its mysterious, brutal yet serene and exquisite nature that attracts travelers, globetrotters, adventure...
Búðir is a very small village in Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Known for its black church, golden beach and magnificent views.
Basic Information A charming village in the Westfjords of Iceland, Patreksfjörður is populated with approximately 650 inhabitants. The meaning of the name Patreksfjörður is “the...
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...
Kirkjubæjarklaustur village is located in South Iceland. The village is known for great weather, waterfalls, hotels and restaurants.
Settlements in Iceland are a rare occurrence since the country has a total population of only about 360,000 people.  Towns, villages, and cities are limited...
Grundarfjörður village is one of the most popular fishing village in Snæfellsnes Peninsula. The village is located next to Kirkjufell Mountain.
Basic Information With a clear sky and the sprawling farm, Húsafell gets the attention of travelers around the world throughout the year. Situated in Borgarfjörður,...
Previous Next Basic Information Narrow fjord surrounded by steep hills, the Siglufjörður town is situated at an isolated place in North Iceland. Being the northernmost...
Djúpivogur village in East Iceland is often called the slow city of Iceland. Here you can get to know how life is in the countryside.
Egilsstadir is the largest town in East Iceland. It is the perfect stop on your trip in East Iceland for shopping and accommodation.
Akureyri is the second largest city in Iceland, after the capital city Reykjavik. It is often called the capital of North Iceland.
Skógar is the home to one of the most magnificent waterfall in Iceland, Skógafoss. In Skógar you will also find turf house museum.
Previous Next Basic Information Stykkisholmur is a town with a population of about 1,100 people, situated on the northern shore of the Snaefellsness Peninsula. This...
Previous Next Basic Information Arnarstapi, also known as Stapi, is a beautiful small fishing village that is located at the foot of Mt. Stapafell, which...
Basic Information Seyðisfjörður is a town located at the innermost point of the fjord in the Eastern region of Iceland. It is accessible by the...
Basic Information Vík í Mýrdal or Vik Village is the southernmost part of Iceland stretched along a magnificent coastline. With around 300 inhabitants, this village is...

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