The Westfjords in Iceland is a peninsula in the northwestern area of the country. The coastline is made up of a large number of fjords, all of them very close to each other. These make the roads very difficult to drive, especially in the winter. But this doesn’t take away the beautiful views you can get while being in the endless fjords.
A lot of people visiting Iceland focus on visiting the Snæfellsnes Peninsula or the South Coast, and they forget about this great place. Here we want to share with you a short guide to the places you should visit in the Westfjords. We will start our trip in the western part of the Westfjords driving along the coast, and it might take around 3 to 4 hours to get to our first destination. So put on some good music and let’s begin our ride!