Isafjordur (Iceland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... spread over an area less than 10,000 square kilometres. Even the capital of the region also called Isafjordur only has between 3000-3500 people. For those who canít handle the narrow, winding roads into the northwestern tips of the fjord where Isafjordur is located, they do have an airport and I believe you can also take a ferry from the Reykjavik (Icelandís capital) during certain times of the year. Be forewarned though that the weather in this area is considered to be some of the harshest to be found in the entire country on a regular basis. In other words, this is not the best place to head in Iceland if you are looking for ďfun ... more
Customer Isafjordur (Iceland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/03/06, updated on 04/03/06 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Constituting over 50% of Icelandís coastline, Isafjordur (or the West Fjords) have always conjured up a wild existence in my mind. I must admit right from the outset that this is always one area that I have wanted to explore in great detail but never made it all the way up to what is also known as the Five-Fingered Area. The road entering these wild lands are not the best by any stretch of the imagination. The entire area is quite rugged and might remind some of entering parts of the rugged Scottish western highlands or even parts of the USAís New England rocky coastline closer to the state of Maine. Having been to all three locations, I never ceased to ... Read the complete review
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