The morning begins with a ferry ride over the waters of breath-taking Breidafjörður to the West Fjords, one of the most beautiful, remote and unspoiled regions in Iceland. We disembark in Brjánslækur and continue our journey toward the picturesque beaches of Rauðisandur [Red Sands].
From there we take a scenic drive to Látrabjarg, Europe’s westernmost point and Iceland’s largest bird cliff at 14 km long and up to 440 metres high! Here you will have time to explore the incomparable scenery and get a close-up look at some of the country’s native cliff-dwelling birds, including puffins and razorbills.
Then we will drive to the sand mounds of Sauðlauksdalur, nicknamed the “Home of the Icelandic Potato,” and finally to the small fishing village Patreksfjörður.
Enjoy a group dinner (either buffet or set menu) with your fellow travellers.
Spend the night in Patreksfjörður area.
Driving distance approx. 180 km / 112 mi.
NOTE: the ferry over Breiðafjörður bay does not operate 1st - 20th of May. If your travel dates fall on this period we can modify your itinerary accordingly.