Látrabjarg

Látrabjarg is 14 kilometers long cliff where each and every year tens of thousands of migratory birds (and of course puffins as well) comes to build their nest(holes). Látrabjarg is the westernmost point of Iceland (but not of Europe).

If you plan to visit Westfjords, do not miss this place!!!

How to find the Látrabjarg cliff:

Látrabjarg is located at the very end of the Westfjords, at the end of the road nr. 612. After parking your ca, just go up the hill and then you can continue for several kilometers just straight.
GPS coordinates of Látrabjarg: 65.501949, -24.531151 Take me there!

Photos taken at Látrabjarg:

puffin at Látrabjargfoto: Ruben Lang
puffin leaves Látrabjargfoto: Ruben Lang
Westernmost point of Iceland, but not in Europe (Azores are..)foto: Ruben Lang
close to puffins at Látrabjargfoto: Ruben Lang
close to puffins at Látrabjargfoto: Ruben Lang
so close to puffins at Látrabjargfoto: Ruben Lang
taking a shot of puffin at Látrabjargfoto: Ruben Lang
Látrabjarg clifffoto: Ruben Lang
Látrabjarg clifffoto: Ruben Lang
newborn bird babies at Látrabjargfoto: Ruben Lang

 

Puffins at Látrabjarg – video:

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