"Lying hours from anywhere, over unpaved roads and mountain passes, Ísafjördur is like a tiny city, with almost everything you could need."
Alex Elliott, Atlantica Magazine.
The architecture of Isafjordur has been shaped with foreign influences through the decades and many restorerd houses can be found in all different shapes and sizes. A stroll through the old part is truly like walking through a museum.
"…charming, relaxed streets flanked be old three-story buildings with businesses on the first floor and apartments above…"
Paul.F. Nikolov, Grapevine Magazine.
Isafjordur has much to offer for the outdoor enthusiast. Good golf course, skiing area, hiking routes, kayak and bike rental, swimming pools, and various tours to different parts of the West Fjords.
It´s well worth to spend an extra day or two in Isafjordur and do some exploring on your own in this charming town in NW Iceland.