Welcome to Central Peninsulas
The central peninsulas of the Westfjords range from Ísafjarðardjúp in the north, with its bustling city of Ísafjörður; west to the teeny fjord at Súgandafjörður; and the broad blue Önundarfjörður with its hamlet, Flateyri. These three fjords are connected by an elaborate tunnel.
Further south, spectacular Dýrafjörður is worth exploring from its village at Þingeyri. A rutted track leads over the mountains to the Westfjords' mightiest waterfall, Dynjandi, in a branch fjord off enormous Arnarfjörður.