Solitude lovers enchanted by sea air will fit in a setting of their choice on the northwest coast of the island. Here is the majestic kingdom of the fjords. A superb view for sightseers who will find it most agreable because it is less populated by tourists. Whereas, the costal roads are excellent and the small towns have a gentle charm (Isafjardardjup fjord and the town of IsafJödur for example).
Although they may not be as well-known as their neighbours in Norway, the Icelandic fjords offer views that are just as spectacular.© Tomas1111 / 123RF
Hundreds of fjords carve out Iceland's southeast and northwest coasts.© GRAPHICOBSESSION
Many fishing villages lie along the sheltered Icelandic fjords.© Filip Fuxa / 123RF
With its 2,636 inhabitants, Ísafjörður is the most populated city in the Vestfirðir region!© GRAPHICOBSESSION
The fjords region is home to less than 5% of the Icelandic population.© Tomas1111 / 123RF