In Húnaþing you will find stunning nature and vibrant communities. The area has four villages, Skagaströnd, Blönduós, Hvammstangi and Laugarbakki.
This vast region contains a large number of locations worth visiting and it may be said for sure that few or none of Iceland´s regions have so many pearls of nature to offer the visitor.
Dalvik is a small and lovely fishing village located on the western shore of Eyjafjörður in the valley of Svarfaðardal. The village offers some great recreational opportunities for the family.
Húsavík is often referred to as Iceland’s whale-watching capital. The colourful houses, unique museums and stunning surroundings make Húsavík one of the most beautiful towns in northeast Iceland.
Akureyri stands strong as Iceland’s second largest city outside the capital area but with only 18.000 inhabitants, it is a wonder how such a small town can generate so much buzz.
Mývatn lake and the surrounding areas are the undisputed gem of Iceland and offers truly unique natural environments where volcanic eruptions have played a crucial role in forming the landscape.
Siglufjörður and Ólafsfjörður are two villages in North Iceland that make up the municipal of Fjallabyggð. It is characterised by recreational opportunities, a lovely atmosphere, and stunning surroundings.
Skagafjörður is beautiful fjord located in the north of Iceland. With three main villages, it has a rich and interesting history, a vibrant local life and striking landscapes.