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Beljandi Brugghús is a brewery in an old slaughterhouse, where the focus is on craft beer, made for beer lovers. The owners are two local guys who felt the little fishing village of Breiðdalsvík needed a place like this, a place for people to come together and enjoy each others company, and off course the most delightful beverage ever made.…

Djúpivogur swimming pool is a nice indoor swimming pool. Swimming pools in Iceland are a big part of our culture and it's likely to meet a local there.…

Fáskrúðsfjörður is a small fisherman village. Their main sustain is fishing and fish factories along with the aluminum industry nowadays. Around 660 people live in the town. Back in the days, French fishermen use to come to Iceland for fishing, they had their base in Fáskrúðsfjörður, after few years of fishing, they saw that the conditions outside Iceland for fishing were really hard and therefore they made a hospital, church and a churchyard to be able to serve all the sick, injured and dead French fisherman. In the town, you can find a museum about the history of the French men fishing there.…

Beach of Djúpivogur, to get there you have to drive down the emergency airport of Djúpivogur down to this amazing black sand beach away from the crowds. It's forbidden to drive on the sand so stop by the end of the airport track and walk from there.…

Fáskrúðsfjörður campsite is located in the east fjords in the town of Fáskrúðsfjörður. Camping can be a nice way to explore Iceland.…

Teigarhorn is the best known place in Iceland to find Zeolite and not only in Iceland also in the world. Zeolites are microporous, aluminosilicate minerals.  You can also find very large crystals there, Teigarhorn is a conservation site. The highest recorded temperature in Iceland was there in 1939, 30,5°celcius. Important to not touch or take any crystals or Zeolite from this area, it's protected and should be respected.  …

Waterfall with no name, is just after the tunnel between Fáskúrðsfjörður and Reyðarfjörður on Reyðarfjörður side, there is a small waterfall which can be quite scenic to stop after or before the tunnel.…

Reyðarfjörður is a 30 kilometer long fjord, with about 1200 inhabitants. The number of people living in Reyðarfjörður grew quite a lot around 2007 when they started to build the aluminum factory which is located on the east edge of the town. In world war 2 a lot of soldiers from Britain, Norway, and the US had a base in Reyðarfjörður and you can find an exhibition in town about that.…

Fossárdalur campsite located in the beautiful valley Fossárdalur, it is a small family run campsite in a little valley in the east fjords, Fossárdalur meaning waterfall valley.…

Reyðarfjörður campsite is located in the east fjord of Iceland. We can say that Reyðarfjörður is the capital of the east fjords and has been slowly building up after the build of an aluminum factory few years back.…

Eskifjörður is my favorite town in the east because they have the best ski resort in Iceland in my opinion. The ski resort is a little bit out of town and up the mountain, it's called Oddsskarð if you want to check it out. Another reason to go to Eskifjörður is that they have the best swimming pool in the east fjord. In Eskifjörður you also find a museum about fishing and some beautiful old house along the harbor. Really nice little town.…

Stapavík is a beautiful place to stop and enjoy the view of the coastline and a great photography spot. Always be careful of the ocean on beachfront like this. Never go to close the power of the ocean is very strong and has taken many lives. It is possible sometimes in the summer with a 4x4 car to drive the old road along the coastline. Just make sure never to drive off-road, off-road driving is strictly forbidden in Iceland.…

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