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Siglufjörður offers a variety of interesting and enjoyable things to do and see, both for the travelers and for those in search of some outdoor activity. The town has about 1200 inhabitants. The winter turns the town into a paradise for the skier and is a dream come true for the outdoor enthusiast. Here they have a choice of trying some cross-country skiing, slalom, skating, ski touring or zipping across the snow on a snowmobile. During the summer, it is the mountains, the lake and the black sandy shores which call to us, and there is a wide selection of walks and hikes in both mountain and valley to tempt the visitor. In SIglufjörður you can also find Síldarminjasafnið the herring museum is…

The Goðafoss waterfall, the name means Norse gods waterfall and it is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland. The water of the river Skjálfandafljót falls from a height of 12 meters over a width of 30 meters. In the year 1000, the Lawspeaker Þorgeir Ljósvetningagoði made Christianity the official religion of Iceland. After his conversion, Þorgeir threw his statues of the Norse gods into the waterfall. The story of Þorgeir's role in the adoption of Christianity in Iceland is preserved in Íslendingabók, however, makes no mention of Þorgeir throwing his idols into Goðafoss. MS Goðafoss, an Icelandic ship named after the waterfall, used to…

Árskógssandur is a small town standing down by the sea, with the inhabitant of 110 people. From Árskógssandur you can sail over to Hrísey a small island outside the north coast. Nowadays Árskógssandur is well known for its brewery Bruggsmiðjan Kaldi and their most recent service is the beer spa, where you can bath in beer and drink it at the same time, don't think it gets better than that. From Árskógssandur you can also go whale watching.  …

Is a rather big town in the far north of Iceland it has around 2240 inhabitants. Fishing and tourism is their main income. Húsavík is known as the capital of whale watching in Iceland, definitely recommend doing a whale watching tour from Húsavík. In Húsavík variety of museums can be found such as the whale museum, exploration museum, and there is always exhibition in the cultural house of Húsavík along with some galleries. They also recently opened the Geothermal Sea Baths in Húsavík and you can make the perfect day out exploring the whales and then relaxing in the geothermal spa.…

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