The Westfjords in Iceland stretch the furthest to both north and west, the “head” of the island. This part of the island is less travelled than many other parts of the country. One of Iceland’s best kept secrets is undoubtedly the country’s north-west corner, usually known as the Westfjords. Isolation has preserved the region in relatively unspoiled wilderness. Largely uninhabited, Iceland’s Westfjords are frequently distinguished by travel guides as a destination of excellence, and are a must-see for any serious explorer.
We can both fly to Isafjordur town or we can drive from Reykjavík, it will take us 3-4 hours.
Let us give you ideas where to go and what to see, depending on the time you have and your interests.