The regions of Iceland
2019 guide to the highlights of the regions of Iceland
Iceland is generally split into seven geographical regions, each differing slightly in its culture and landscape but all truly Icelandic. The different regions are South Iceland, East Iceland, North Iceland, the Westfjords, West Iceland, Reykjanes and Reykjavík or the capital area. Top five highlights and top five trends in each regions are outlined below. For further information: www.inspiredbyiceland.com/a-o.
Iceland‘s regions have a host of diverse experiences for the visitor to enjoy, from puffins in the East to the black beaches of the South, the Museum of Nonsense in the Westfjords, to whale watching in the North. Visitors can even cross tectonic plates in Reykjanes, go into a glacier in the West or hit buzzing downtown Reykjavik.
|WESTFJORDS TOP FIVE||REYKJANES TOP FIVE|
|NORTH ICELAND TOP FIVE||WEST ICELAND TOP FIVE|
|SOUTH ICELAND TOP FIVE||REYKJAVÍK TOP FIVE|
|EAST ICELAND TOP FIVE|
THE REGIONS OF ICELAND (pdf)
Sigríður Dögg Guðmundsdóttir, manager at Visit Iceland – email@example.com