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Börn við vinnu á saltfiskreitnum á Rauðarárholti

Fish drying grounds

Fish drying grounds People at work at the fish-drying grounds in Kirkjusandur around 1910. (Photographer: Magnús Ólafsson) The traditional way of drying ...

Sea in Summer, Land in Winter

Sea in Summer, Land in Winter Happy Tours reveals the Fishermen’s World and Wonders of Reykjanes from Reykjavik’s Old Harbour If you’re feeling curious about a ...

Icelandic Times issue 36

In the 20th century, Iceland attracted very little attention besides its strategic position in the 2nd World War and the Cod Wars with Britain over fishing righ...

The Westfjords

The Westfjords are stunning, an array of beautiful fjords and steep mountains which are both grand and majestic. This area has a very small human population but...

Sail, See and Fish

Sail, See and Fish Reykjavik Sea Adventures specialises in Puffin Watching and Sea Angling tours Sailing with Reykjavik Sea Adventures from the old harbour in...

A taste of the good life

Bringing French and Icelandic cuisine together in Þrír Frakkar On a little corner in the little big city in the North is a small haven for the food lover. Behi...

Café Loki

Café Loki Café Loki is located in front of Reykjavik's largest church (Hallgrimskirkja), just a five minutes’ walk from the city center. With a beautiful vie...
tourism in iceland

Siblings and Sorcery

Þjóðólfur and Þuríður the Strait-filler in beautiful Bolungarvík Bolungarvík is a thriving fishing town in the outer reaches of Ísafjarðardjúp, on the western ...

Birds of Prey

Birds of Prey are classified as belonging to the order Falconiformes which has 5 families, the 2 largest being the falcon family (Falconidae) and the accipiter ...

My Arctic Cuisine

I cultivate my Arctic cuisine from a "garden" filled with the taste and aroma found in the delightful Greenlandic natural products from both the sea and from Gr...

Salmon Angling In Iceland

Salmon Angling In Iceland Iceland: 38,000 square miles of prime salmon-bearing real estate sitting in glorious isolation in the middle of the northern Atlantic...