The Westman Islands is an archipelago off the south coast of Iceland with a population of 4,300 inhabitants. The combination of natural beauty, diverse wildlife, culture and, last but not least, unique geological formations
One of Iceland's gems, Flatey has a scarce population of five year-round inhabitants. With the arrival of local cottage owners and tourists in the summer, however – the island's community comes to life.
The ferry Baldur offers year-round trips to Brjánslækur, located in Iceland's West Fjords – which are a definite must-visit for anyone seeking to behold Iceland's natural beauty.
Stykkishólmur, at the edge of the Þórsnes peninsula, is the center of services and commerce in Snæfellsnes (it is also the home port of the ferries Baldur and Særún).
Sailing around Breiðafjörður's innumerable islands, the ever-so popular Viking Sushi Adventure Voyage offers a glimpse of the fjord's fairytale-like scenery
The coastline around Akranes is diverse, with many different types of beaches, among them Langisandur – one of the most popular outdoor areas in Akranes