Locations

East Iceland

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Austfirðir (Owst-fir-thir) The Eastfjörds offer peace, serenity and a different slice of Iceland to what you might see in the south coast. Stunning fjords and majestic mountains meet charming fishing…

North Iceland

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Norðurland – Nor-thoor-land The North of Iceland is also a very popular region of the country, and what it has, it has in spades. The “Capital of the North” and…

Reykjavík and the Capital Area

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Ray-kya-veek Reykjavík is the the nation’s capital, with almost 230,000 people living in the greater capital area. This is over two thirds of the total population. History and Culture (Saga…

South Iceland

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Suðurströnd – Soo-thoor-stroond South Iceland is certainly the country‘s most popular and most visited region, and for good reason. Nature, Waterfalls and Volcanoes – Náttura, Fossar og Eldfjöll (Now-too-ra, Foss-ar…

The Reykjanes Peninsula

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Ray-kya-ness We have five, grumbling volcanic systems in the Reykjanes peninsula, a UNESCO Geopark very close to Reykjavík. This often overlooked region has a great deal of rugged beauty and…

West Iceland

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Vesturland The west of Iceland is highly recommended, and even if you are only staying in Reykjavík, you can explore this region. As you head towards the town of Borgarnes,…

Westfjords

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Vestfirðir (Vest-fir-thir) The Westfjörds of Iceland are considered to be the most incredibly beautiful region of this already exquisite island. Ísafjörður is the “Capital of the West” is the main…

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