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Hvítserkur on Húnaflói

Húnaflói is a bay in north Iceland. Many beautiful fishing villages and fascinating sites sit on its shores. 

The most iconic feature of Húnaflói is the bizarrely shaped rock formation Hvítserkur, which rises from the surface of the sea and resembles an elephant drinking. It is far from the only important site, however. The popular tourist stop of Blönduós also faces out to the bay as does Siglufjörður, home of the award-winning Herring Era Museum.

To the south of the bay, you can find the Vatnsnes Peninsula, renowned for its seal colonies, and the town of Hvammstangi, home of the Icelandic Seal Centre.

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Kaldbakur

Kaldbakur is the highest mountain in the Westfjords. The mountain, located beween the fjords Arnarfjordur and Dyrafjordur, rises to 998 meters. From ...

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Hvítserkur

Hvítserkur, otherwise known as the Troll of Northwest Iceland, is a 15 m (49 ft) tall basalt rock stack protruding from Húnafl&oa...

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Vatnsnes

Vatnsnes is a peninsula in north Iceland, best known for its wildlife and geology. Wildlife at the Vatnsnes Peninsula. The Vatnsnes Peninsula is w...

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Illugastadir

Illugastaðir farm can be found on the west side of the Vatnsnes Peninsula. The area has truly stunning views of the eastern Westfjord coastline&nb...

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Bjarnarfjörður in Strandir

Bjarnarfjörður is fjord in the Westfjords, south of Veiðileysufjörður and north of Steingrímsfjörður. Bjarnarfj&...

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Gvendarlaug

Gvendarlaug is the name given to a medieval hot pool, hot creek and swimming pool found in Westfjords. It is possible for guests to swim both in t...

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블론두오스

Wikimedia, Creative Commons, Photo by Debivort Blönduós is the largest urban area of Húnaflói bay in northwest Iceland. It...

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Drangsnes

The fishing village of Drangsnes can be found at the mouth of the Steingrímsfjörður fjord, in the Westfjords of Iceland. Drangsnes is ...

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Djúpavík

Djúpavík is a village in the Westfjords of Iceland, located in Árneshreppur which is the least populous municipality in the count...

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Hóp Lake

Lake Hop is a tidal lake in North Iceland. It is the fifth largest lake in the country and popular for fishing. The lake is situated around 35 km fro...

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Krossneslaug

Krossneslaug is a geothermal pool located in the remote Strandir region of the Westfjords. Unlike many swimming pools in the region, Krossneslaug ...

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Borgarvirki

Photo by Regína Hrönn Ragnarsdóttir. Borgarvirki is a volcanic plug in north Iceland that historically has been used as a fortress...

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홀마비크

Flickr, DavideGorla In the desolate, dramatic, and awe-inspiring Strandir region of the Westfjords, the village of Hólmavík is the larg...

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Trékyllisvík

Wikimedia. Creative Commons. Credit: Jóna Þórunn. Trékyllisvík is an isolated cove found in the Strandir region of...

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Reykir Regional Museum (Hrútafjörður)

The local culture museum at Reykir in Hrutafjordur bay in North Iceland gives a good impression of the shark hunts from the bay and the farm comm...

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Álftavatn

Wikimedia, Creative Commons, Photo Credit Chmee2/Valtameri Álftavatn is a beautiful lake in the southern Icelandic highlands, renowned fo...

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웨스트피오르드

The Westfjords are the westernmost part of Iceland and an unspoilt region of incredible beauty. They are home to some of the country’s mo...

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Hvammstangi

Hvammstangi is a village on the Vatnsnes Peninsula, six kilometres (four miles) north of the Ring Road. Nestled beside the Miðfjörður f...

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Grettislaug

Wikimedia, Creative Commons, by Bromr Grettislaug is a hot pool in north Iceland. Grettislaug in the Sagas Grettislaug got its name from the main c...

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Vatnsdalur

Vatnsdalur ('Lake Valley') is a valley in Hunavatnssysla in North Iceland. It is located just south of the Ring Road. As well as being well ...

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