A birdwatcher's delight
A favourite spot for bird-lovers, Látrabjarg cliff, lies at the westernmost point of Europe. It is the biggest sea-cliff in Iceland, at 14 km long and up to 441 meters high, and one of the most crowded bird cliffs in the world.
In the summertime, Látrabjarg comes alive with around one million birds. Not only that, seals can often be seen on nearby rocks and, if you’re lucky, whales as well.
If you visit Látrabjarg please exercise caution around the cliffs. Iceland keeps its nature as natural a state as possible, and this means that there are not any fences or safety rails in place.View The Westfjords