Patreksfjörður – Latrabjarg Cliff
Walk on the stunning Látrabjarg, Europe’s largest bird cliff and the continent’s westernmost point.
Visit Látrabjarg and see the largest seabird colony in the northern Atlantic.
Experience amazing birdlife and incredible nature.
Photograph iconic puffins.
Enjoy a look at daily life in centuries past at the local museum.
Level 2: Moderate - some mobility needed
Walking: approx. 1 mile, with approximately 2.5 hours of drive time
Puffins on the cliffs
Enjoy the raw and majestic nature of Látrabjarg cliffs, where millions of birds provide an unforgettable experience for your eyes and ears! The Látrabjarg puffins are perhaps the world’s most photographed, so bring your camera. You’ll walk with a local guide and learn more about the area before visiting the Hnjótur Museum and Egill Ólafsson’s collection of historical objects from Westfjord.
Requirements: Layered clothing recommended with non-slip footwear.
Walking information: Mainly on paved flat surfaces, some incline and a few steps around the village. Walking: approx. 1 mile, with approximately 2.5 hours of drive time