The small town of Grundarfjörður (Grundarfjordur) is situated in the north of the Snæfellsnes peninsula in the west of Iceland.
The town of Isafjord is a bona fide hive of industry. This busy fishing port runs to sizable shipyards as well as shrimp and fish factories— all ready to handle the catch of the day from the icy waters of the Denmark Strait. Recreational activities around here include hiking, kayaking, and of course, fishing.
Vigur Island is small but significant, as the second largest island within the ice-fjord it occupies, Isafjordur. In a leisurely hike, see Vigur's highlights: Iceland's only and oldest light-house, birdwatching (puffins and purple sandpipers among many others), and meeting the sole family that lives on the island.
Surtsey is a volcanic island belonging to the southern coast of Iceland’s archipelago. This island mysteriously came to be in 1963, when it was born from a huge undersea eruption. Surtsey is reserved for research and many have said it is here to stay, fears of the island disappearing under the sea have been vanished and many people from all over the world come to experience the presence of this guarded natural gem..
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