Cities and Towns
in Iceland

Bakkafjordur

East of Iceland

Bakkafjordur Iceland Bakkafjordur is a wide inlet in east Iceland. On its eastern shore is the village Hofn (Harbour), which is more commonly associated with the inlet and called simply Ba...

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Borgarfjordur east

East of Iceland

Borgarfjordur east Iceland Borgarfjörður eystri (the fjord named Borgarfjörður in East Iceland) lies about 70 km by road from Egilsstaðir. The village is named Bakkager...

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Breiddalsvik

East of Iceland

Breiddalsvik Iceland The village is placed by a small bay, Breiðdalsvík, and has around 220 residents. The main industries are fishing and commerce. Many islands, full of sea birds a...

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Djupivogur

East of Iceland

Djúpivogur, a town with history of trading since 1589 and a long history of fishing, lies in a region of incomparable natural beauty. Langa-Búð, the oldest house in Dj&...

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Egilsstadir

East of Iceland

Egilsstadir Iceland Fljótsdalshérað - a prime choice The municipality of Fljótsdalshérað was created on 1 November 2004, through the amalgamation of the former m...

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Eskifjordur

East of Iceland

Eskifjordur Iceland Looking back, Eskifjörður has the second oldest tradition as a trading post in East Iceland (after Djúpivogur), having received its certification at the same ...

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Faskrudsfjordur

East of Iceland

Faskrudsfjordur Iceland The village is by the fjord Fáskrúðsfjörður and has about 630 residents. The main industry is fishing. Fáskrúðsfjörð...

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Fellabaer

East of Iceland

Fellabaer Iceland Fellabaer is a village, on the west bank of the river Lagarfljot. Fellabaer has been growing around the Ekkjufell farm over the past few decades. In the past years a ferry c...

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Hofn in Hornafjordur

East of Iceland

Hofn I Hornafirdi Iceland Scenic viewpoint of Almannaskarð Between Lón and the town Höfn, the road lies over the mountain pass, Almannaskarð. There one enjoys a panoramic ...

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Mjoifjordur

East of Iceland

Mjoifjordur Iceland Mjoifjordur fjord is 18 km long and 2 km wide. Previously, there were quite a lot of people there, mostly stationed around herring and whale fishing. A very beaut...

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Neskaupstadur

East of Iceland

Neskaupstadur Iceland Besides the museum, considerable scientific and cultural endeavour appears in this town, including a testing facility for the fishing industry, an institution for studying...

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Reydarfjordur

East of Iceland

Reydarfjordur Iceland Huge quantities of loose gravel, eroded from the mountains to the north and carried here by the glacial rivers of that time, over ten millenia ago, were distributed by sea...

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Seydisfjordur

East of Iceland

Seydisfjordur Iceland The long, calm, deep fjord of Seyðisfjörður twists and turns 17 kilometres from its mouth to the head of the fjord, where the town of the same name shelters...

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Stodvarfjordur

East of Iceland

Stodvarfjordur Iceland A small village by the fjord Stöðvarfjörður (population 257), largely formed in the early 20th century. Near the village there are a lot of very ...

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Vopnafjordur

East of Iceland

Vopnafjordur Iceland Vopnafjörður is a wide fjord, extending from Digranes to Kollumúli. On the south side of the fjord is a mountain range, with Krossavíkurfjöll most ...

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