This is the second largest island of the Isafjordur Bay – a lovely island, rich in eider duck and puffin – and very popular with tourists. The island is about 2 kilometres long and 400 metres wide and is home to many historic buildings including the only surviving windmill in Iceland, built in 1860.

You can also see the country’s oldest 8-oar rowing boat, which is still in use.


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