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Djjúpavík (GPS 65°56’37.84″N 21°33’24.44″W), is located in the Strandir coast in northern Westfjords. The population in the area Árneshreppur is about 50 people, with even fewer living Djúpavík. The distance from Reykjavík is 300 km ( 186 miles ), partly on gravel road closest to Djúpavík.

Accommodation

There is a hotel and camping site.

Services and leisure

Services and leisure activities include a restaurant, swimming pool close by, kayak rental, fishing in select rivers in the area and guided hiking tours.

Annual festival

Djupavikurdagar

The festival Djúpavíkurdagar takes place in the middle of August every year. There is live music, a fish buffet and boat sightseeing.

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Waterfalls

Klifbrekkufossar

Klifbrekkufossar are located in Mjóifjörður on the East Coast of Iceland in the river Fjarðará. Klifbrekkufossar are made up of tiers of waterfalls that fall

Villages

Djúpivogur

Djúpivogur (GPS: 64.665701, -14.282775) is a small village located in East Iceland on a peninsula on the fjord Berufjörður. The peninsula separates the fjords Berufjörður

Kolugljúfur is a gorge in the Víðidalur river in North West Iceland. It’s about 1 km long and up to 25 meters deep. According to legend the canyon is named after a female troll called Kola who lived near this bridge.
Natural attractions

Kolugljúfur – Kolu Gorge

Kolugljúfur is a gorge in the Víðidalur river in North West Iceland. It’s about 1 km long and up to 25 meters deep. Several waterfalls