Visits Vestmannaeyjar from Akranes

Vestmannaeyjar is a conglomeration of 14 beautiful islands, lying off the southern shore of Iceland. These barren and rugged islands are volcanic in origin, with over 300 meters high cliffs. Vestmannaeyjar is also famed to be home to a myriad of seabirds, including puffin, guillemot, gannet, kittiwake, and Iceland gull. With stunning basalt columns encompassing the photogenic islands, Vestmannaeyjar is naturally beautiful. Mystic caves, coves, and grottos add to the unparalleled charm of this island.

The vibrant birdlife of this place also makes Vestmannaeyjar an appealing destination for nature lovers and shutterbugs. The “Puffin Paradise of Vestmannaeyjar is packed with abundant attractions for an enjoyable sightseeing tour. Some of the prime places of interest on the island of Vestmannaeyjar include the Eldheimar Volcano Museum, the Sæheimar Aquarium, the  Stave Church, the Elephant Rock, Þórsvöllur Camping Ground, and the Beluga Whale Sanctuary.

While you are in Vestmannaeyjar, you can enjoy a hiking tour to Stóraklif & Heimaklettur, relish cheesy pizzas at 900 Grillhús, and take an exploration tour of Heimaklettur. You can also pay a visit to the Sagnheimar Folk Museum and sample some locally brewed beer at Brothers Brewery and Bar. Vestmannaeyjar is blessed with a subpolar oceanic climate with extremely high precipitation.