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 Djúpivogur, is made of logs and was originally built in 1790. Langa- Búð has been renovated and is now the cultural center of Djúpivogur. It houses a museum for Ríkharður Jónsson the sculptor as well as a gallery for local crafts and a coffee shop.
The towering mountain Búlandstindur at 1069 m, dominates the landscape. The mountain is pyramid-shaped and many believe it to be a source of cosmic power.
The restaurant at hotel Framtíð is popular with the local crowd as well as with their guests. Its staff also arrange all sorts of activities and walking trips, from sea angling and evening boat voyages to nature walks and sightseeing tours of the beautiful, mysterious and geologically fascinating mountains and fjords in the vicinity.