People walking in snow in Seydisfjordur town

Get to know the seven regions of Iceland

Iceland is typically divided into seven different geographical regions, including the Reykjavík capital area. Each region differs slightly with respect to both culture and landscape, but all are uniquely Icelandic.

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Man sailing on a boat

Westfjords


One of Iceland's best kept secrets is undoubtedly the country's north-west corner, usually known as the Westfjords.

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Nature in Reykjanes peninsula

Reykjanes


Reykjanes peninsula is replete with natural marvels, in addition to the renowned Blue Lagoon and an array of lighthouses.

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Faskrudsfjordur town

East Iceland


Discover the wonders of East Iceland, home to the country's largest forest, lush farmlands and an assortment of streams and mountains.

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Strokkur geyser

South Iceland


From wonderful waterfalls, to great glaciers, South Iceland is brimming with natural new wonders unfolding at every turn.

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A view over Arnarstapi

West Iceland


A world where culture, nature and history complement each other, creating a unique experience.

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Godafoss waterfall

North Iceland


The North is home to Iceland's second largest urban area, Akureyri, located in Iceland's longest fjord, the mild-weathered Eyjafjörður.

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Reykjavik martime museum

Reykjavík

Despite the capital area's relatively small size, Reykjavík is a city that is recognized for its devotion to the arts and culture.

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