Akureyri is situated in north-east Iceland, in one of the longest fjords in the country - surrounded by mountains reaching 1000-1500 m. and only 60 km from "The Arctic Circle". A popular tourist destination for short or long visits, the town offers a wide range of activities and interesting places e.g. museums, the world's most northerly botanic garden, 18-hole golf course, the best skiing area in the country. .The town is also a good base for many of Iceland's most beautiful natural wonders as waterfalls, volcanic areas and canyons as well as exciting activities as river rafting, hiking, fishing, whale watching and horse riding.
Djupivogur, a town with history of trading since 1589 and a long history of fishing, lies in a region of incomparable natural beauty. Djupivogur is a small town located on a peninsula in eastern Iceland, near the island of Papey. The town is famous in Iceland for being the place with the highest temperature ever recorded in the island, 30.5°C (87°F) in June 1939.
Eskifjordur is a town and port in eastern Iceland with a large fishing industry. A sculpture by Ragnar Kjartansson is located along the main road in Eskifjordur, commemorating the mariners who drowned at sea. Also, the mountain Hólmatindur is considered by the locals to be one of the most naturally beautiful in the area.
Torshavn, Faroe Islands
Faeroes that means Sheep Islands is a cluster of 18 islands (17 habitable), which are the homonymous archipelago in the North Atlantic Ocean between Scotland, Norway and Iceland. Tórshavn is a small city of approximately 20,000 residents that becomes "alive" every year during the summer when visitors from every corner of Europe and beyond come to visit. Descendants of the Vikings firstly inhabited the islands around the 9th century, the inhabitants of the islands as well as the Icelanders are their descendants. Visit The Tinganes, the oldest part of town with small wooden houses and roofs covered with grass. The oldest of these is about 500 year old . Its worth visiting the Tórshavn Cathedral, Tórshavn harbor, the Listasavn Føroya Museum of Art and the Nordic House the most important cultural center of the Faroes.
Husavik is a town situated in Norðurþing Municipality, northeastern Iceland. Skjálfandi bay gives the opportunity to watch multiple species of whales that inhabit there, while there is the Husavik Whale Museum in the centre of the town. The wooden church Húsavíkurkirkja built in 1907 is a popular tourist attraction.
Patreksfjörður is the biggest town in the southern part of the Westfjords, with a population of around 660. Early in the 20th century, Patreksfjörður was a pioneering force in Iceland's fishing industry, initiating trawler fishing. Still today the chief occupation is commercial fishing and fish processing. Other industries, like fish farming and services are also increasingly important.
Tourism has been on the rise in Patreksfjörður, not surprisingly, as the village has gems like Látrabjarg cliffs, Rauðasandur beach and Dynjandi waterfall within its reach.
Reykjavik is a perfect town, with plenty of room, clean air, vibrant culture and beautiful environment. The southernmost capital of the world has it all. To enrich your knowledge of the Norwegian and Icelandic culture, visit the National Museum and the wooden buildings of the old city of Reykjavik. Afterwards leave the city behind and drive across landscapes of fire, ice and geysers to indulge in spas, that steam gushes.Don't miss such an ethereal experience.
Siglufjordur is a small city situated on a fjord in northern Iceland. With its picture perfect candy-coloured houses, scenic marina, abundant wildflowers and picturesque location of the fjord, Siglufjordur is one of the most beautiful towns in Iceland. The place not to be mised is the beautiful Siglufjordur Marina Village. Siglufjordur area has a very diverse birdlife with around 2000 birds and up to 18 species