Hallur Hallsson

Icelandic Sheep

Where sheep lives, man lives

Sheep have roamed the Highlands and mountains of Iceland ever since Vikings started settling the land in the 9th Century. They brought sheep to the island from...
The Old Box

The Old Box

Húsavík’s Gamli Baukur has a rich history Gamli Baukur – ‘The Old Box’ – has been a landmark of Húsavík’s harbor for more than 150 years. No restaurant...
Finnafjörður Harbour Project

Gateway to the Arctic Ocean

Development of a Container Port at Finnafjörður is taking shape. Iceland will become the Gateway to the Arctic Ocean between Asia and Europe & America. The...
GeoSea Hot Baths

Clifftop Bathing

Húsavík’s Unique GeoSea Hot Baths At the awesome GeoSea baths, set on top of Húsavíkurhöfði – ‘Húsavík Cliff’ – bathing guests view a majestic range of moun...
Blönduós village


Salmon rivers, women and an execution Blönduós is the largest town in Húnavatnssýsla – Húnawaters County – in Iceland’s North-west with lakes and rivers all...
Whale watching North Iceland

Go green with North Sailing

Pioneers of whale watching in Iceland When North Sailing launched its first Whale watching boat, Knörrinn, back in 1995 from the town of Húsavík by Skj...

Power to the People

The Democratic Legacy of Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, the Former President of Iceland Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson opened the Arctic Circle Assembly at the Harpa Concert H...

Hallur Hallsson

Hallur Hallsson is a leading journalist, writer, and historian in Iceland. Former TV anchor who worked at both leading TV networks; State TV and TV 2. He worked at Iceland‘s leading newspaper Morgunblaðið and was one of the founders of Dagblaðið.